Larry Silvestri was recently interviewed by the Business Observer about how COVID-19 is impacting the Tampa Bay commercial real estate market. Read an except from the Q&A below:
Larry Silvestri has been practicing commercial real estate law for more than 35 years, representing clients such as a mall landlord, an electronics retailer, a real estate investment trust and a ground-up developer. In early 2015, the Michigan native left the Shops at Wiregrass developer Goodman Co., where he was senior vice president and general counsel, to open Silvestri Law. In the practice’s five-plus years, Silvestri has negotiated contracts, leases and other legal documents for numerous commercial real estate projects in the Tampa Bay area, with an emphasis on retail properties.
The St. Petersburg Chamber recently featured Silvesti Law on its Brights Spots Blog. See an excerpt of the writeup below:
Silvestri Law is a St. Pete-based commercial real estate law firm focused on delivering practical, cost-effective legal services for clients in connection with real estate transactions. From small business owners to regional investors, Silvestri Law helps clients navigate the legalities of leasing, buying, selling, developing, and financing commercial property. This includes helping you negotiate real estate deals, drafting and reviewing leases and contracts, performing due diligence, and taking appropriate action to solve any problems that may arise.