Job Locations US-IN-Carmel
Posted Date 1 week ago(2/12/2018 1:46 PM)
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Role Description

The Counsel will be responsible for handling and manaigng various real estate related legal affairs.


The part you'll play:

  • Manage all legal aspects of real estate acquisitions and dispositions
    • Advise Development Team during Term Sheet negotiations
    • Purchase Agreement drafting, review, and negotiations
    • Due Diligence – title, survey, environmental assessments, etc.
    • Zoning – advise and assist Development Team on local zoning matters, as appropriate; engage and manage outside zoning counsel
    • Draft, review, and negotiate closing documents
    • Handle closing and post-closing matters
  • Legal Aspects of Development
    • Platting Process
    • Declaration of Covenants
    • Easements
    • Architect’s Agreements
    • Engineer’s Agreements
  • Leasing and Tenant Legal Issues
    • Lease drafting, review, and negotiations
    • Negotiate, draft and review Development Agreements, Reimbursement Agreements and Lease Term Sheets
    • Other miscellaneous legal tenant issues
  • Project Financing
    • Review and negotiate loan documents
    • Due diligence matters associated with financing
    • Loan closing
  • Project Meetings
    • Participate in meetings and represent legal department
    • Meet with Development Directors as necessary
  • Construction
    • Review and negotiate construction contracts
    • Assist Construction Team with any legal matters that arise during the course of construction
  • Economic Incentives
    • Participate in meetings and conference calls
    • Engage and manage outside counsel as needed
    • Review applications, Term Sheets, Resolutions, Ordinances, Economic Development Agreements, etc.
    • Review and negotiate Bond documentation; handle Bond closings
  • Coordinate/manage Company litigation
    • Engage and manage outside litigation counsel
    • Coordinate internal discovery requests/responses
    • Provide regular updates to executive team regarding pending litigation matters
    • Prepare litigation summaries for third party due diligence inquiries and audits

What we’re looking for

  •  4-year undergraduate degree, Juris Doctorate
  • Admission to Indiana State Bar
  • Continued legal education
  • 4 – 6 years experience in real estate/development law; prior in-house counsel experience preffered
  • Litigation experience preferred

Our Mission: Transform Lives

Mainstreet is a national company specializing in real estate development, value investments and health care. We are passionate and inspire each other to be better and to create better. We are all in. Join our talented team as we continue to transform lives nationwide.


We believe in:

  • Demanding Excellence
  • Pioneering new ideas to solve existing problems
  • The simplest effective solution
  • Living with a sense of urgency
  • A spirit of hospitality
  • Beautiful Designs
  • Acting with Boldness and Integrity 


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