Long-standing clients of the firm were among the first in urban renewal transactions, and thus over recent years the firm has accumulated considerable knowledge in this field that encompasses all fields of commercial law, planning agreements, building processes, reaching agreements between owners, bank finance, real estate taxation and more.
The firm represents both developers in the field and property owners (though not in the same transactions).
The enormous amount of knowledge and experience that Adv. Erez Weiss and the firm’s team have accumulated and the in-depth understanding of the interests of both parties in such a transaction and the experience the firm has gathered in the civil and commercial field gives it a broad, accurate view of the entire process, knowing that such a transaction, in order to come about at the end of the day, must be based on the right balance of interests of all the parties. We work with maximum transparency when building the foundations of a transaction from the very first stages with a forward-looking, across the board approach.
For apartment owners our service includes guidance and full involvement throughout the process - from contact by interested owners and providing them with guidance, expectations management from the earliest stages of a project based on the state of the building and the construction rights, support in the process of selecting a developer, architect and inspector on behalf of the owners, drawing up a binding agreement, support throughout the entire period of construction, working with the financing bank, until handover of the works and registration of the condominium.
Among recent projects in which the firm has been involved are urban renewal projects on a number of sites in Kiryat Moshe in Rehovot, and an urban renewal project in Rogazin Street in Ashdod.
“Tama 38” agreements (demolition and rebuilding) in Mosinsohn and Yad Lebanim Streets, Tel-Aviv, and Kanfei Nesharim Street, Ramat Gan.
“Tama 38” agreements (supplementary construction) in Hameilitz Street and Gush Halav Street in Tel-Aviv and the project on Geva Street in Givatayim.