Zetlin & De Chiara has extensive experience developing construction contracts and resolving disputes for Mixed-Use projects involving commercial, residential, retail, hospitality and cultural spaces.
The following are select representative matters:
We were retained by our client to negotiate a massive $1 billion mixed-use project in Qatar.
We represented a prominent developer in connection with construction agreements for an approximately $420 million project consisting of a 43-story mixed-use building, including the fit-out of a public school.
We obtained compensation for our client, a plaintiff property owner of a landmarked, mixed-use building in SoHo, New York City in a lawsuit against the neighboring property owner and its design professionals and contractors.
We represented a nationally acclaimed architecture firm in their design of two mixed-use projects on behalf of one New York's major developers. One development consists of a supermarket, affordable housing and parking garage and is located in upper-Manhattan. The other project, is a mixed use project on the Lower East Side of Manhattan and will contain senior, affordable housing, market rate apartments as well as commercial and community spaces.
We negotiated and drafted a design contract between an architect and an owner in connection with a pier redevelopment in New York City.
We successfully obtained the dismissal of a multi-million dollar mechanic's lien against a mixed-use commercial property on behalf of our developer client.
We were retained by a development team to resolve issues in a billion-dollar project in South Florida.
We represented an engineer against errors and omissions claim in connection with the fit-out work for a 2.8 million square foot, mixed-use structure in Manhattan.
We represented an architect of a high-rise mixed use building in Pennsylvania against owner's claim for professional errors and omissions in arbitration venued in Philadelphia.
We served as lead counsel in an international arbitration concerning a joint venture dispute totaling $39 million in claims.
We represented the property owner for the development of a Manhattan residential high rise.
We have successfully represented several design professionals with respect to a claim relating to the settling of a high-rise condominium tower in San Francisco in one of the most visible construction disputes in the United States.
We are representing a leading metro-New York area Developer in connection with the proposed redevelopment of a Long Island City waterfront property. Long Island City is in Queens, one of the five boroughs of New York City. We are negotiating and crafting the construction contracts with the project’s architect, design consultants and project manager.
The project will include tech and creative commercial office space, a mixed-income residential community, schools, local retail, light manufacturing, community facilities and cultural attractions, all anchored and connected by acres of public open space that will connect to the larger dynamic Long Island City and surrounding area.
We successfully represented the owner and developer of a high-profile luxury, mixed-use building in a lengthy arbitration.
The largest developer in Detroit is building a massive inner-city mixed-use project in Detroit.
We drafted and negotiated design, construction, and other related contracts for the developer of a 1.3-million-square-foot mixed-use development with four buildings in the downtown of a Metro New York suburb.
We represented a major developer in negotiation and preparation of preconstruction and construction management agreements for a mixed-use residential project in Manhattan.
We were retained by our client to help defend design and construction claims on a unique domed stadium venue in the Midwest.
We prepared a multistate legal survey of frequently recurring legal issues for a leading co-working enterprise active in numerous jurisdictions.
We represented the investor in a large-scale development project in Boston, Massachusetts in connection with the drafting and negotiation of the Project Architect and General Contractor Agreements. The Project consists of a 20-story office tower of approximately 450,000 sf, retail space of approximately 50,000 sf, and MBTA/mechanical & parking areas of approximately 70,000 sf.