Real Estate and Conservation

Nonprofits encounter a variety of legal issues when they seek to expand, improve or safeguard their land holdings. These clients call on our attorneys to help them with the acquisition and conservation of landholdings.

Nonprofit corporations of all types and sizes seek our help with:

  • Developing and implementing complex financing structures
  • Negotiating with local governments about rezoning
  • Planning

Representative Experience

  • A nonprofit artist organization hired Hemenway & Barnes to help them purchase an industrial building in the Fort Point section of Boston. We helped the organization obtain zoning relief and formed a condominium and an artist limited equity cooperative which we continue to represent.
  • Charitable organizations seek our counsel about permitting for construction projects and operations in Boston.

For more information about how Hemenway & Barnes can help with real estate issues, click here.

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