Large, well-established retailers and developers come to Waller for help with leasing and developing new locations, land acquisition, land use approvals and zoning, governmental incentives, construction contracts and more.

Our experience includes nationally recognized retail brands and consumer products manufacturers, developers of shopping and lifestyle centers, warehouse and distribution facilities, and mixed-use developments.

Our team is focused on the acquisition, development, financing and leasing of projects with major retail components, among others. Clients with projects across the United States are guided by our multi-disciplinary team through all phases of their projects from initial site identification, site acquisition, zoning and land use, development, and financing through project management and disposition. 

Key services include:

  • Lease transactions
  • Acquisitions and dispositions
  • Financing, including Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and HUD transactions
  • Commercial leasing for both landlords and tenants
  • Project development and finance
  • Design and construction

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