Lexence’s real estate lawyers and notaries handle cases relating to real estate in the broadest sense of the word: environmental law, area development, construction, purchase and sale, commercial hire, and management and financing. They also manage all phases of large-scale urban development, (re)development of logistic properties, shopping malls, office buildings and residential projects. In short, real estate law in the broadest sense of the word, from the perspective of investors, government, corporations, owners and financers.
The practice group is recommended in Chambers Europe: 'Leading real estate boutique with excellent notary services. Provides high-quality advice with a focus on property owners and investors. Particular expertise in commercial transactions, development and financing. Work highlights Advised Development Company Greenport Venlo on the real estate aspects of the Greenport Venlo agribusiness project. Assisted the Dutch state with the development of the Zuidas business district in Amsterdam'.
According to Legal500: 'Lexence acted for Prologis on a joint venture with Norges Bank Investment Management and advised Dura Vermeer on the Beethoven Park development as well as on the leasing of the new AkzoNobel headquarters. Other clients include Bouwfonds REIM, ING and Ballast Nedam. Bob Bekker and the ‘technically and commercially strong’ Taco de Lange lead on transactional and development matters, while Tomas Steenmetser handles commercial leasing work.'
The focus of Lexence real estate lawyers and notaries is reflected in the following teams:
Lexence is partner of the Nationaal Renovatie Platform, an independent foundation that promotes sustainable use of existing built environment through renovation and transformation.