58 episodes

The Property Line is a brief and lively discussion of the biggest issues facing the commercial real estate industry. The podcast will deliver insights from Seyfarth’s real estate lawyers and other industry leaders on current market trends and how they impact all facets of commercial real estate.

The Property Line Seyfarth Shaw LLP

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 8 Ratings

The Property Line is a brief and lively discussion of the biggest issues facing the commercial real estate industry. The podcast will deliver insights from Seyfarth’s real estate lawyers and other industry leaders on current market trends and how they impact all facets of commercial real estate.

    Retail Roulette: Betting on the Future at ICSC Vegas

    Retail Roulette: Betting on the Future at ICSC Vegas

    Amidst a challenging office market and tempered growth in the industrial and life sciences sectors, the retail landscape stands resilient. As retailers, owners, developers, brokers, and other industry professionals gather for the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) annual conference in Las Vegas, anticipation grows for revelations on the future trajectory of retail in 2024 and beyond.

    In this episode, Greg Covey, senior managing director at Newmark, joins Eric Greenberg and James O’Brien to discuss the current state of retail, observed trends, and more.

    • 13 min
    Highs and Lows of Cannabis CRE

    Highs and Lows of Cannabis CRE

    As many states continue to ease regulations and the Food and Drug Administration considers moving cannabis to Schedule III, commercial real estate is increasingly buzzed with interest in properties for use by cannabis businesses, from agricultural land and warehouses to retail spaces. Despite this seemingly abundant opportunity, investors currently find themselves navigating the still murky waters of federal illegality.

    In this episode, Stan Jutkowitz joins James O’Brien and Eric Greenberg to discuss the cannabis industry landscape, hurdles faced when securing and investing in suitable real estate, and risks and liabilities for owners leasing to cannabis businesses.

    • 14 min
    Opportunity in Distress (Market Survey Takeaways)

    Opportunity in Distress (Market Survey Takeaways)

    In Seyfarth’s 9th annual Real Estate Market Sentiment Survey, executives across the commercial real estate sector weigh in on their top concerns and investment priorities as they navigate a delicate balance between hope and caution, mindful of impacts stemming from potential rate adjustments, persistent scarcity in debt financing, the looming specter of an economic slowdown, new workplace norms, and a lack of consensus in real estate valuations.

    In this episode, Ron Gart and James O’Brien join Eric Greenberg to discuss what they found to be most revealing from the results.

    • 15 min
    Let There Be Light? Converting Offices to Residences

    Let There Be Light? Converting Offices to Residences

    As the trend of working from home solidifies and the number of office vacancies continues to rise, many office building owners are looking for alternative uses for their properties. While converting those buildings to residential spaces could reinvigorate central business districts and help ease the housing crunch, there’s no straight line to success.

    In this episode, Neil Weisbard, a partner at Seyfarth focused on zoning and land use, joins Eric Greenberg and James O’Brien to discuss a few key obstacles, potential workarounds, and where affordable housing requirements come into play.

    • 14 min
    Let’s Get this Project Started

    Let’s Get this Project Started

    The development and construction of a new real estate project can be a long and winding road, with many traps for the unwary along the way. Having an experienced real estate attorney to quarterback the process from site selection through to completion and delivery can help owners and developers save time and money and avoid headaches.

    In this episode, Jami Balint and Catherine Burns, co-chairs of Seyfarth’s Real Estate Development practice group, join hosts James O’Brien and Eric Greenberg to discuss letters of intent, feasibility considerations, zoning and permitting, and how to efficiently manage the real estate development process.

    • 17 min
    Loan Voyage: Navigating Loan Portfolio Acquisitions

    Loan Voyage: Navigating Loan Portfolio Acquisitions

    As lenders continue to sell sub- and non-performing loans in today’s market, buyers should consider important legal, financial, and commercial analyses to avoid “buyer’s remorse.” Whether a single loan or a portfolio, reviewing loan documentation, examining security measures, verifying the status of original notes, assessing lender transfer restrictions, navigating relevant regulations, and ensuring compliance with usury laws, among other best practices, can help distinguish which prospective purchases have the highest potential for profitability.

    In this episode, Bill Hanlon, partner in Seyfarth’s Bankruptcy & Restructuring practice group, joins Dan Evans and Jay Wardlaw to share insights on a risk-averse course of action for approaching loan acquisitions.

    • 10 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Top Podcasts In Business

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin
Money News Network
REAL AF with Andy Frisella
Andy Frisella #100to0
Prof G Markets
Vox Media Podcast Network
The Ramsey Show
Ramsey Network
Habits and Hustle
Jen Cohen and Habit Nest
The Money Mondays
Dan Fleyshman

You Might Also Like

The Daily
The New York Times
The Indicator from Planet Money
NPR
The Bill Simmons Podcast
The Ringer
The Joe Rogan Experience
Joe Rogan
Big Brains
University of Chicago Podcast Network
The Compound and Friends
The Compound