SERVICES OFFERED

Kenneth M. Morgan concentrates his practice in the areas of transactional real estate, commercial finance and business counseling. He represents clients in acquiring, financing and leasing commercial real estate, and represents lenders and borrowers in preparing and negotiating loan documentation, including residential tract and commercial development and redevelopment transactions.

Ken also represents buyers and sellers of assets in diverse businesses. He represents commercial landlords and tenants in all aspects of retail, office, industrial and warehouse leasing, and counsels franchisors and franchisees in franchise acquisitions, terminations and workouts. In addition, he represents property owners, tenants and contractors in negotiating commercial and residential construction contracts, and property owners in real estate tax appeals and land use matters.

Ken has represented clients in the following leasing transactions:

FOR LANDLORDS
  • • Big box leases, in-line leases, ground leases, relocation and expansion agreements, amendments, assignment and sublease consents, lien subordination agreements and termination agreements

  • • Retail leasing transactions with national retailers, franchisors and franchisees, including an anchor department store, arts and crafts retailer, lumber company, automotive parts supplier, single price point variety store and supermarket

  • • Medical laboratory leases and work letters involving multi-million dollar fitouts in research parks and science and technology incubators, including a master sublease on behalf of a joint venture partner

  • • Office leases with municipal, state and federal governmental entities

  • • Negotiated settlements involving the following disputed issues: CAM charges, co-tenancy, environmental remediation responsibility, exclusive uses, relocation obligations, mold and water intrusion damages and surrender condition
FOR TENANTS
  • • Negotiations for office and shopping center leases and subleases

  • • Negotiated ground leases and in-line leases for fast food franchisee

  • • Negotiations for in-line leases for fast food franchisee

  • • Assigning billboard and day care center leases in connection with asset sales

  • • Negotiated settlements involving landlord’s work, mold, water intrusion and flood damages, maintenance, repair, replacement and surrender obligations