Frederick H. Masters has a broadly based real estate practice focused on real estate sales and purchases, financing, development, construction and commercial leasing. He also has experience in land use matters, business dissolutions (both amicable and litigious), partnership and joint venture structuring, dispute resolution and troubled project workouts and restructuring.
Frederick has experience in a wide variety of areas of commercial real estate law, including construction and permanent loan financing, representing both institutional lenders and developers, as well as experience in the areas of hotel, office, retail, industrial, multi-family, condominium (residential and commercial) and mixed-use acquisitions, development, construction, sales, leasing and operations. He has worked on “greenfield” and “brownfield” transactions on both the debt and equity sides.
Prior to joining Buchanan, Frederick served as general counsel and chief operating officer of a national engineering firm, specializing in structural engineering to the homebuilding and multifamily development and construction industries. He was responsible for the company’s legal affairs and business operations.
- University of Virginia School of Law, J.D., 1979
- Columbia University, B.A., 1976
- American Bar Association Section of International Law
- Pennsylvania Bar Association
- Philadelphia Bar Association
- Minnesota Bar Association
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