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Damien Grosse

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Real Estate Transactions / Public law

Position

Partner

Career

Damien Grosse has more than twelve years of practical experience in real estate transactions and developments for real estate companies and developers. He is particularly experienced in drafting and negotiating preliminary contracts and deeds of sale, complex leases and the division of property rights, real estate development contracts, and matters related to real estate organisation and planning. Together with Vincent Guinot, he has just published a treatise (at Le Moniteur editions) on the authorisations to operate a commercial business (“autorisations d’exploitation commerciale”).

Education

Damien Grosse is a HEC business school graduate and holds a DSN master’s degree in notarial studies. He is a member of both the Paris and New York Bars. He joined the firm as a partner after several years working in the real estate department at Gide Loyrette Nouel. Previously, Damien Grosse was an associate at a major notarial firm in Paris. 

 


France

Real estate

Within: Real estate

Lacourte Raquin Tatar expanded its client base by gaining several new high-profile international clients which instructed it to work on top matters following the arrival of a number of key hires in 2017. The 30-lawyer team's impressive client base now includes several leading French and international investors and developers. It recently advised on numerous high-end investment transactions including assisting Hines France with the €600m acquisition of 114 Champs-Elysées (Apple's new head office and new European flagship store), BNP Paribas with the sale of Marché Saint-Honoré building, and Lagardère with the sale of Europe 1 radio station's historic headquarters. The team also advised on highly strategic property portfolio, M&A and partnership deals, notably in the context of the Grand Paris' new ambitious development projects. It assisted Tikehau IM with the conclusion of a partnership with Bouygues Immobilier regarding the Charenton Bercy site redevelopment initiative, as well as Oxford Properties with the sale of 49.9% of its Parisian portfolio. In other work, it also acted for Poste Immo on a lease agreement signed with Bank of America Merrill Lynch. JP Morgan AM and LaSalle are also clients. The experienced Jean-Jacques Raquin lead the practice. Other key names include Cyrille Bailly, Damien Grosse, Alexis Le Lièpvre, Emilie Capron and Guillaume Jeannet. Urban planning law expert Vincent Guinot, property finance partner Cédric Bonnet and tax partner Jean-Yves Charriau add complementary expertise.

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