health care - real estate: news
When Do You Need a Real Estate Attorney? This is one specialist to have on your team.
April 14, 2010 -- Medical Office Today
Neil Shapiro, who represents doctors and medical practices as well as property owners looking to lease space to them, is quoted in this weekly e-newsletter. He opines that smaller medical practices and those without commercial real estate experience or professional management should call on commercial real estate attorneys early in the process of leasing or buying space, expanding the practice or anything else that would involve real estate.
A Nice, Staid Corner of Real Estate: Medical Offices
January 28, 2009 -- New York Times
Neil Shapiro, who heads our health care finance practice and routinely represents buyers and sellers of medical office buildings, says the sales-investment market for that product is far healthier than for other kinds of commercial real estate. Investors, lenders, developers and tenants perceive healthy leverage in medical office buildings, which results in better deal flow in that market, he says.
Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business
2008 -- Chambers USA
Herrick’s Real Estate Practice Group is recognized by Chambers USA for its “full range of development issues, from negotiating construction agreements through to sales and acquisitions,” as well as being active in real estate litigation, leasing and finance.