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Tourism and real estate
Gide Loyrette Nouel recently advised Groupe Pierre & Vacances on a strategic development partnership with CDG for tourism and real estate projects in Morocco. Julien David is the key contact.
Naciri & Associés Allen & Overy, led by Hicham Naciri, advised Orascom on a $600m project to develop a 1,500ha parcel in southern Morocco. Other clients include Taghazout and Gulf Finance House.
Norton Rose Morocco SARL’s real estate and tourism team recently advised Al Manar on construction and operation of a mixed-use complex to be located in Casablanca’s marina.
UGGC & Associés, led by Patrick Larrivé, recently advised
La Fonciere Emergence (and its subsidiary La Fonciere Emergence Kenitra) on the acquisition of an industrial site with a view to leasing it.
Bennani & Associés LLP’s Mehdi Bennani is highly regarded for tourism and real estate advice, and has represented various public authorities and listed companies.
Garrigues Maroc Sarl advises on property acquisitions, leasing, due diligence reviews and construction work contracts.
Kettani Law Firm acts on a number of significant projects across the real estate and tourism sectors. Nadia Kettani is particularly experienced in international investments.
Ali Kettani Law Office regularly advises major real estate groups such as Douja Promotion Groupe Addoha and Alliances.
CMS continues to be active in the tourism sector, assisting major companies in new ventures. Marc Veuillot is the key contact.
Clifford Chance has expertise in real estate matters, and recently advised Société d’Aménagement Zenata on the construction of a mall in Zenata. Mustapha Mourahib heads the office.
Cuatrecasas, Gonçalves Pereira advises on transactions and projects pertaining to industrial premises, hotels and urban development. The team recently advised on a new industrial and logistics park in Kenitra.
JeantetAssociés advises institutional investors, investment funds, financial institutions, and property developers on various real estate matters.
Construction law expert Denis Chardigny leads the real estate practice at Lefèvre Pelletier & associés.
Mernissi – FIGES recently advised a Moroccan institutional investor on the acquisition of property assets, as well as on its joint venture with a construction company in relation to two real estate developments. Mohamed El Mernissi is the key contact.