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Patricia Z. Jones is a member of Winstead’s Real Estate Development & Investments Practice Group. Patricia has significant experience in a broad range of commercial real estate transactions.

Representative Experience

  • Acquisitions, Dispositions, and Development: Represent sellers and purchasers/developers of industrial centers, supply chain logistics facilities, office buildings, retail shopping centers, mixed-use projects, and unimproved land, including multi-property portfolio transactions.
  • Financing: Represent lenders and borrowers in a wide range of real estate loan transactions, including acquisition financing, refinancing, construction loans, loan assumptions, and loan modifications.
  • Commercial Leasing: Represent landlords and tenants in commercial leasing matters, including lease and sublease of industrial, supply chain logistics, office, restaurant, and retail properties.
  • Asset Management: Represent property owners and other parties in connection with the negotiation of property management agreements, brokerage agreements, utility agreements, easement agreements, and other asset management contracts and agreements.

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