Tarun Chandran’s practice focuses on representing a variety of clients in commercial real estate transactions (including acquisitions, dispositions, real estate-secured financing and commercial leasing transactions) and on representing nonprofits in affordable housing-oriented real estate transactions.
Tarun has more than a decade of experience negotiating commercial leases and real estate licenses on behalf of both landlords and tenants, including office, retail and industrial leases. He has negotiated leases for businesses ranging from wind farms to movie theaters to big box retail stores.
He has counseled clients on the assumption and rejection of leases in bankruptcy and has represented both landlords and tenants in sale-leaseback and other complex leasing transactions.
Tarun has represented both borrowers and lenders in real estate-secured financing and refinancing transactions, including loans secured by leasehold mortgages and in bond financing transactions.
In addition to his work on general commercial real estate, leasing and lending matters, Tarun advises nonprofit foundations in connection with affordable housing-oriented real estate transactions, including acquisitions financed with tax-exempt bonds proceeds and various forms of federal and state tax credits.
Tarun earned his B.A., cum laude, from the University of Michigan and his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School, where he served as an executive editor on the Journal of Law Reform.
- University of Michigan Law School; JD, 2003
- University of Michigan; B.A., cum laude, 2000
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