San Diego, California Commercial Leasing and Portfolio Management
David Meyer Law handles a broad range of real estate matters for clients, including tenants, property owners and commercial developers. We have extensive experience with retail, industrial, office, outlet and ground leasing, real property acquisitions, commercial and industrial construction projects, title review, reciprocal easement agreements, lease restructuring and disposition, operating expense analysis, and lease assignments.
David Meyer has a strong background in commercial leasing, representing major retail tenants including:
- Ross Dress For Less
- Janie & Jack
We have also represented landlords including:
- The Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
- Boston Properties (Embarcadero Center retail space in San Francisco)
A long time California leasing attorney, David Meyer has extensive experience in commercial leasing, representing both landlords and tenants in the structure, negotiation, and documentation of retail leases, office leases, shopping center leases, licenses and leases of sports stadiums, arenas and complexes, mixed use retail, special use research and development, high tech cleanrooms, industrial leases, ground leases, build-to-suit leases and subleases and assignments of leasehold interests.
David Meyer Law has experience in transactions that are ancillary to leases such as tenant improvement agreements, property management agreements, service provider agreements, parking agreements and guarantees. The firm has experience advising both landlords and tenants in connection with lease disputes and workouts.
David Meyer has represented commercial property owners and tenants throughout California. We have handled all aspects of these transactions, including the drafting and negotiation of documents, review of title matters, and due diligence review. We maintain relationships with other real estate professionals and can assemble a team of experts to advise clients with respect to troubled loans, REO and loan restructuring when borrowers are in bankruptcy; to serve as asset managers, receivers, and bankruptcy trustees; and to provide litigation support for real estate related litigation involving clients.