Polsinelli knows the student housing market, providing clients with practical and strategic legal counsel in all aspects of their acquisition, ownership, development, operation and divestiture of billions of dollars of student housing projects. With a multi-disciplinary team of real estate, finance, corporate and tax attorneys we provide business-minded guidance to owners, developers, domestic and global investors, joint ventures, real estate funds and REITs in the student housing marketplace. Our corporate, real estate and tax lawyers assist our clients in structuring joint ventures, funds and other investment vehicles for the acquisition and ownership of student housing projects. Polsinelli’s finance team has negotiated with virtually every major lender in the sector on construction loans, permanent financing and platform debt financings. Our real estate attorneys are regularly involved in acquiring student housing projects and related real estate, and investigating title, survey, zoning, easements, property conditions and tax incentives, so that student housing projects can be positioned to maximize the value and to operate the projects in a smooth and efficient manner.
Polsinelli’s team includes lawyers in all significant disciplines who know and understand the unique nature of student housing assets and combine that knowledge with teamwork and client dedication to deliver comprehensive and value-based service.
Our real estate attorneys are regularly involved in acquiring student housing projects and related real estate guidance with:
- Title and survey review
- Zoning and land use
- Easements and property conditions
- Tax incentives and opportunity zones
- Joint ventures and funds
Our experience encompasses all areas including acquisition, finance and disposition - from ground up; our team is committed to assisting with all structuring, negotiating and documenting to complete each project. Being able to utilize the real estate group in each of our offices nationwide, we are able to assist with any challenges that arise that may be state specific for each student-housing development.