Our real estate attorneys have extensive experience with the creation of condominium complexes and planned communities in Pennsylvania, including the development of major luxury high-rise projects in Philadelphia, the conversion of high-rise office buildings to mixed residential/commercial condominiums, the conversion of rental townhouses to the condominium form of ownership, the creation of “land condominiums” as a method of dividing property ownership, and the use of condominium regimes as a financing device.

As a real estate law firm, our real estate lawyers have created several “master condominiums,” consisting of three or four large commercial units with one of those units being developed as a residential “sub-condominium” with multiple sub-condominium units. We have created a condominium regime for boat slips on the Delaware River. Our real estate lawyers have also represented a number of condominium associations, giving us insight into the day-to-day workings of such associations and the dynamics of dealing with the developers from “the other side of the table.”

If you’re looking for legal advice on condominium complexes talk with one of our real estate attorneys today. We have a long-standing tradition as local law firm in Bucks and Montgomery Counties.


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