Advising Clients on Commercial Leases in Minnesota

Whether you work for a startup or a large corporation, what you need is relatively simple: You need a lawyer who will provide the right legal guidance and information, at the right time, and in the right fashion.

You don’t, for example, need to know every detail there is to know about the many different types of commercial leases, from the “gross lease” to the “double net lease” to the “percentage lease.”

You need to get the job done, lease space, and feel secure in your decision. What you need is a lawyer who will help you lease that space on time and in budget. It’s a plus if your lawyer speaks and writes in plain English, rather than legalese. If you’re looking for legal help with commercial leasing, consult Minnesota business attorney Royee Vlodaver, a Super Lawyers “Rising Star” for 2013.

How Can an Attorney Help You with Commercial Leasing?

Commercial real estate can be complex, but that doesn’t mean it should fall on your shoulders. Knowing the difference between a gross lease and a double net lease, for example – and what’s right in your situation – is the lawyer’s job.

In our practice, we help Minnesota business owners (companies large and small), entrepreneurs, employees, retailers, restaurateurs, and real estate developers with their leasing issues. This includes:

  • Office space
  • Warehouses
  • Industrial space
  • Restaurants
  • Retail shops
  • Commercial developments

From subleases to ground leases to leasehold financing, Mr. Vlodaver represents both landlords and tenants through all aspects of commercial leasing and real estate development in Minneapolis and St. Paul.

Assisting Property Management Companies

As a property management company, you may need a lawyer to help deal with commercial spaces, negotiate with tenants like restaurants and retailers, and handle all of the paperwork. We work closely with the property management company and/or the landlord.

Assisting Commercial Real Estate Developers

We help review and draft commercial development agreements, negotiating terms and consulting on any legal questions that arise. As a developer, you may need a lawyer to help suggest vital improvements to the draft of your development agreement, which will ultimately help you achieve your business goals.

Why Hire Vlodaver Law Offices?

Mr. Vlodaver has been in practice since 2006. Since then, his sole focus has been handling business law and commercial transactions. This means significant experience in drafting leases, negotiating leases, and helping to arrange agreements that work for both sides. Contact us to arrange a free initial consultation.