Dallas
214.745.5482 Direct
214.745.5390 Fax
efruth@winstead.com

Elizabeth Franko Fruth focuses her practice on real estate matters and has broad experience representing clients in all aspects of real estate transactions. Elizabeth was previously in-house real estate counsel for a publicly-traded shopping mall ownership REIT and negotiated retail and restaurant leases in such capacity.

Representative Experience

Acquisition and Disposition: Has represented developers, institutional investors and other clients in acquisition and disposition of various types of real estate (including office buildings, raw land, industrial projects, retail developments, multi-family projects, and mixed-use projects)

Leasing: Has represented both landlords and tenants in negotiation of commercial leases including office, retail, industrial and mixed-use projects

Financing: Has represented both lenders and borrowers in connection with acquisition financing and refinancing of retail, hotel and industrial properties, as well as both lenders and borrowers in connection with construction loan transactions

Condominium Formation: Has represented developers in connection with formation and operation of condominiums, including residential condominiums and mixed-use condominium structures

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