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Baker Botts L.L.P.

ONE SHELL PLAZA, 910 LOUISIANA STREET, HOUSTON, TEXAS 77002-4995, USA
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Work +1 713 229 1234
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Fax +1 713 229 1522
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Baker Botts L.L.P., Kimberly Epstein Schlanger, Houston, USA

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Kimberly Epstein Schlanger

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Work +1 713 229 1399
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Baker Botts L.L.P.

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Global Projects/ Real Estate

Position

Kimberly Schlanger represents owners and developers of commercial real estate projects in the United States and internationally. Ms. Schlanger represents sponsors in the formation of real estate funds and developers in nearly every aspect of commercial real estate development, including land acquisition, negotiation of debt and equity financing, negotiation of tenant leases, construction contracts and management agreements and negotiation of reciprocal easements, covenants and development agreements. Ms. Schlanger’s practice also includes the acquisition and disposition of commercial buildings and office and retail leasing.

Languages

English

Member

State Bar of Texas

Education

J.D., Harvard Law School, 2003; B.A., philosophy, University of Pennsylvania, 2000


United States

Real estate

Within: Real estate

Baker Botts L.L.P. continued to represent key client Hines in a range of finance and dirt mandates across all commercial real estate product types. Paul Landen and Kimberly Epstein Schlanger in Houston and Dallas-based Stephen Marcus advised Hines on the financing and air rights grounds leases for the Parcel B West hotel and retail development at CityCenterDC in Washington DC; and the same team also acted on Hines’ joint venture with the Zimmerman family for a 285-unit luxury high-rise multifamily project adjoining the La Colombe d’Or in Houston. On the equity side, Houston-based Consuella Simmons Taylor acted for Hines REIT in the $210m sale of eight shopping centers; and for the same client, Simmons Taylor and Dallas-based Jonathan Dunlay advised on the $1.16bn sale of seven West Coast office assets to Blackstone Real Estate Partners VIII. Other clients of the practice include Chevron, Clarion and Rida Development. Alongside its established offices in Houston and Dallas, the practice also has a presence in the firm’s newly opened San Francisco office, where head of practice Patricia Stanton is based.

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