Joint Ventures are unique in many respects in that they require a detailed strategy for entry, operating life and exit unlike many other types of real estate transactions which commence usually at the term sheet stage and then close and end. The uniqueness of a joint venture requires a much different type of planning and strategizing through the life cycle of development, financing, leasing, day-to-day operations, recapitalization and sale/exit. Our real estate attorneys have a wealth of experience representing equity investors of almost every type. Because of this experience and its diversity, we are able to represent our sponsor/developer and investor clients with a deep understanding of the multitude of issues facing them during the life cycle of a joint venture. As a result, we have seen it all and done it all and are able to bring that valuable experience to our clients.