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jcrouch@winstead.com

Julie Crouch is a member of Winstead’s Real Estate Development & Investments Practice Group. Julie’s practice encompasses a wide range of commercial real estate transactions, including the representation of clients in connection with the financing, leasing, acquisition, disposition and development of both unimproved and improved real property.

During law school, Julie served as an extern for the Honorable Judge Ramirez of the United States Federal District Court, Northern District of Texas, and as a law clerk for the general counsel of a national mortgage lender.

Representative Experience

Acquisition and Dispositions: Represents developers and investors in the acquisition and disposition of commercial real estate including multi-family sites, office complexes, mixed-use sites, and master planned community projects

Development: Represents developers and investors in all stages of the development of commercial property including, office, multi-family, retail, master planned communities, and mixed-use sites

Leasing and Asset Management: Negotiates office and retail leases on behalf of landlords and tenants

Finance: Represents institutional lenders in connection with debt and equity transactions and permanent and construction financing

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