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Mackenzie Hughes represented a Canadian investor in a complex multimillion-dollar transaction to form a New York corporation to purchase assets of a defunct paper company. The transaction involved state and industrial development funding and ultimately created 60 new jobs in Upstate New York.

Mackenzie Hughes attorneys practicing within the Real Estate & Zoning area include:

W. Bradley Hunt
Richard P. James
Frederick W. Marty
Bradley J. Moses
Barry M. Shulman
Edward J. Spencer III
Mark W. Wasmund

Latest Blog Posts

12/01/2016Industrial Development Agencies Located In The Central New York Regional Transportation District No Longer Exempt From The Additional Mortgage Recording Tax

04/27/2016NYS Real Estate Transfer Tax on Conveyances of Real Property

02/09/2016When Commercial Leases Don’t Mean What They Say

From developing a multimillion-dollar commercial venture to helping a person buy a home, our real estate attorneys bring years of wisdom and experience in all facets of real estate transactions and finance. Each year we complete more than 1,000 real estate transactions with a total value exceeding $100 million — yet we never lose sight of the importance our clients place on each transaction.

Our services include:

Commercial Real Estate Transactions
  • Purchase and sale of commercial properties
  • Project development
  • Financing
  • Leasing
  • Commercial mortgage financing
  • Consolidation/turning out existing lines of credit
  • Environmental due diligence
  • Tax challenges, condemnation matters, and other real property-related litigation

Residential Real Estate Transaction
  • Purchase and sales
  • Refinancing
  • Counsel regarding all aspects of buying or selling a home
  • Condominium and homeowner associations matters

Real Property Tax Matters
  • Assessment/valuation disputes
  • Tax exemption applications

Real Estate–Related Litigation
  • Zoning/boundary disputes
  • Zoning violations
  • Restrictive covenants matters
  • Condemnation

 

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