Charlotte
704.339.1730 Direct
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clansden@winstead.com

Charles Lansden represents a diverse array of financial institutions in the structuring and negotiation of commercial mortgage loans on a nationwide basis. Such representation includes the origination of balance-sheet loans and loans slated for securitization. Charles also conducts a traditional real estate practice, with a particular focus on the representation of landlords and tenants in the leasing of office, retail, and industrial properties. In addition, he represents non-U.S. investors in the acquisition of property and equity interests in property owners.

Charles is an active supporter of Charlotte-based international organizations, having served as a member of the Charlotte Sister Cities Board of Directors and currently serving as the Chair of the Charlotte International Cabinet and a member of the Board of Directors of International House. He is also involved with the Carolinas Asian-American Chamber of Commerce and other organizations pursuing Chinese investment into the Charlotte region, including being a member of the November 2011 Mayoral Delegation to China.

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