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Loyens & Loeff

FRED ROESKESTRAAT 100, 1076 ED AMSTERDAM, PO BOX 71170, 1008 BD AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
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Steven Lucas

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Loyens & Loeff

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Real Estate Practice Group

Position

Steven Lucas, attorney at law and partner, is a member of the Real Estate practice group. He specialises in advising both national and international clients on commercial real estate development, civil construction law, tenancy law, procurement law and property transactions. He previously worked as legal counsel for a major Dutch real estate investment and development company.

Languages

Dutch, English, French

Education

Dutch law and corporate law, University of Leiden, 2002
Master of Real Estate, University of Amsterdam, 2011


Netherlands

Industry focus: retail

Within: Industry focus: retail

Loyens & Loeff is hailed as a 'best-in-class team with broad knowledge and the willingness to take a view'. Lonne Rooseboom, Bram Linnartz and Steven Lucas are the senior partners in the team that advises on large-scale transactions involving retail assets including shopping centre portfolios. It  assisted IEF Capital on a transaction regarding a retail portfolio consisting of 31 department stores, a matter with a price tag of some tens of billions. Other clients include the Blackstone Group, Coolblue and Nike.

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Real estate

Within: Next generation lawyers

Steven Lucas - Loyens & Loeff

Within: Real estate

'A major selling point' for Loyens & Loeff¬†'is that the team is huge and has the capacity to deal with the big transactions'. The team is also acclaimed for 'the breadth of its¬†knowledge, its network, and 24/7 mentality'. Lonne Rooseboom¬†leads a practice that includes Wilfred Groen¬†and Steven Lucas, the latter is highlighted for his burgeoning practice and for 'successfully closing all transactions and winning in litigations'. Bram Linnartz, who is also the managing partner,¬† is considered a 'deal maker' and 'one of the best known real estate advisors in the Netherlands'. Linnartz led the team that advised Castlelake on the acquisition of five shopping centres throughout the Netherlands, a deal worth¬†‚ā¨156.5m.

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Legal Developments by:
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