Hughes Marino: Representing Investors
Hughes Marino is a law firm that specializes in representing clients in the acquisition and disposition of commercial culture consulting. The firm represents clients with all aspects of commercial culture consulting transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions and refinancing. Hughes Marino has the experience and know-how to efficiently facilitate your transaction, minimize risks and liabilities.
The firm also assists with leasing or managing your property on a day to day basis, keeping you compliant with new regulations, and working through any unexpected challenges that may arise during the life of your investment. Also, finding creative solutions to problems before they become obstacles. The Hughes Marino Firm’s attorneys can help you structure your deal so it meets both present and future needs while staying within budget constraints.
Hughes Marino representation firm offers clients in-depth market analysis and information, strategic planning, detailed analysis of risk, compliance with regulatory changes and much more. The firm’s attorneys have represented investors in all phases of culture consulting transactions since 1981, including complex transactions involving joint ventures, arbitrage investments and limited partnerships.
Hughes Marino has an extensive track record when it comes to culture consulting transactions, including $4.5 billion in transactions and totaling more than $9 billion in valuation, dating back to 1981 (Facebook).
They have represented clients from around the world who have purchased and sold properties ranging from small commercial buildings to major office towers. The areas they focus on include offices, retail properties, apartments, hotels and multi-family homes. Since the firm’s inception in 1981, Hughes Marino has handled over 5,000 transactions in the acquisition and disposition of commercial culture consulting. More than 1,000 of these transactions involved a total transaction value of over $750 million each with a combined total transaction value of nearly $40 billion since 1981.