Alston & Bird lawyers have substantial experience representing developers and contractors in connection with a wide range of residential construction projects, including high rises, mixed-use redevelopment, affordable housing, multifamily condominiums and single family homes.
Represented an owner with respect to contracts for the construction of a 40 acre mixed-use complex adjacent to a mass transit station in Atlanta, Georgia.
Represented a developer in the negotiation and drafting of design-build construction contracts for multifamily housing projects located in North Carolina, Alabama and Colorado.
Represented one of the leading southern California developers in the negotiation and drafting of design and construction contracts for several multifamily housing projects located in California.
Represented a residential developer in the negotiation of design and construction agreements for a high-rise condominium in the Buckhead area in Atlanta, Georgia.
Represented a Los Angeles-based developer in the drafting of all construction related contract documents relating to the construction of $140 million mixed-use redevelopment projects in Ontario, California. Provided on-going project counseling to the client throughout the construction of this project.
Provided project counseling to a developer with respect to the construction of a 66 unit affordable housing project in Los Angeles, California.
Provided project closeout counseling to a national developer of a 105 unit condominium conversion project in Beverly Hills, California.
Represented a developer in the negotiation of a design-build agreement for a high-rise condominium project in Midtown Atlanta, Georgia.
Represented a developer in the negotiation of construction management contracts for three multi-use projects in or near downtown Atlanta, Georgia, combining retail, condominium and townhouse components.
Represented a contractor in a $5 million litigation and mediation arising from alleged defects in EIFS cladding on a multifamily housing project.
Represented an owner of assisted living facilities in arbitration proceedings arising from design and construction defects in four facilities in North Carolina and South Carolina.
Represented a major research university located in Atlanta, Georgia, in a seven-party litigation pending in both state and federal courts, involving widespread water intrusion and other design and construction defects in a new multi-building residential campus.
Represented the developer of a Beverly Hills condominium complex in connection with claims of defective construction.
Represented an owner in litigation in a state court in Georgia, arising from water intrusion, mold and related defects in a multifamily development.
Represented a national retailer in disputes over defective design work on a shopping center facility in New York.
Successfully represented a developer against a co-developer in arbitration proceedings relating to disputes arising out of the development agreement and the co-developer’s obligations to contribute to the cost of the construction project’s infrastructure (roads, water, sewer, etc.) relating to the development of 2,400 single-family unit, residential development in Ventura County, California.
Represented a developer in litigation over cost overruns, delays and lien claims arising out of the construction of a multifamily project in Atlanta, Georgia.
Currently representing a worldwide manufacturer of residential construction materials in several multimillion-dollar product liability lawsuits in which the plaintiffs claim a water intrusion allegedly resulted from the client’s products.
Currently representing a national supplier against claims asserted by a condominium association and property owners in Nevada and Hawaii that the client’s plumbing products are defective and must be replaced.
Represented a developer in litigation with the homeowners association, the architect and the contractor relating to cost overruns and defects in a high-rise condominium project in Atlanta, Georgia.