Real Estate Transactions, Zoning and Development

Snyder Morgan Federoff & Kuchmay LLP has substantial experience in all aspects of commercial, industrial and residential real estate transactions, zoning and development. Our attorneys routinely represent real estate developers, investors, property owners, contractors, real estate agents, homeowners' associations and others in connection with a broad range of real estate issues. Attorneys at Snyder Morgan & Kuchmay LLP have also been involved with a number of significant area real estate projects over the years, including representation of Louis Dreyfus Corporation as to the development of its subsidiary's Claypool, Indiana facility held out as the world's largest fully-integrated soybean processing and biodiesel plant, representation of Martin's Super Markets, Inc. as to its development of a new supermarket in Warsaw, Indiana, representation of Meijer, Inc. as to its development of a new Meijer supercenter in Warsaw, Indiana, and representation of the Kosciusko County YMCA as to its 70,000 square foot Warsaw, Indiana facility. We can assist with real estate-related matters that include:

  • Formation of real estate development, holding and other appropriate entities
  • Commercial, industrial and residential real estate development
  • Lakefront property and riparian rights issues, including DNR permitting for group piers and other matters governed by the Indiana Lakes Preservation Act and applicable rules and regulations
  • Property tax abatement and other available economic incentives
  • Zoning, permitting, platting and site plan approvals
  • Appearances before zoning and planning boards
  • Contract/document negotiation, review and drafting
  • Title and survey work
  • Construction contracts and related issues
  • Mechanic's lien issues
  • Formation and representation of homeowners' associations
  • Restrictive covenants, condominium declarations and easements
  • Environmental issues and regulatory compliance matters
  • Commercial, office and residential leases and landlord-tenant matters