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Daniel Leventhal is a member of Winstead’s Real Estate Development & Investments Practice Group. His practice includes matters related to real estate acquisition, development, borrowing, lending, construction, leasing and disposition. Daniel represents developers, private equity firms and other financial institutions in their capacities as sellers, purchasers, landlords, tenants, borrowers, lenders and owners of real estate transactions.

Representative Experience

Acquisitions and Dispositions:

  • Represents clients in connection with both the acquisition and disposition of real property, including retail centers, industrial facilities and multi-family and mixed-use developments.

Real Estate Lending:

  • Represents both lenders and borrowers in connection with construction loans and permanent financing for multi-family projects, retail centers, hotels, office buildings and industrial facilities.

Real Estate Development:

  • Represents developers in connection with the development of multi-family, retail and mixed-use development projects.


  • Represents both landlords and tenants in connection with the negotiation of lease agreements for various types of real property, including retail, office and industrial property.

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