Lowndes Welcomes Real Estate Attorney Logan Opsahl

|Press Release

Lowndes is pleased to announce that Logan Opsahl has joined the firm as an associate attorney in the firm’s Real Estate Department. He focuses his practice on commercial real estate transactions, land use, eminent domain and local government issues.

“We are excited to welcome Logan to the firm,” said Dan McIntosh, chair of the Real Estate Department at Lowndes. “His unique and diverse experience in eminent domain, land use, and real estate is a wonderful addition to our real estate practice and representation of our clients.”

Opsahl represents developers, homebuilders, landlords, tenants and franchisees in a wide range of matters involving the acquisition, disposition, development and leasing of commercial real estate. He routinely handles the drafting and negotiation of purchase and sale agreements, as well as retail and office leases. He also has extensive experience counseling clients in land use matters, including development agreements, site plan requirements and other government-related issues.

A significant portion of Opsahl’s experience and practice focuses on the representation of property owners and landlords and tenants against governing authorities in connection with the condemnation of commercial, residential, agricultural, gas stations, homeowners association and vacant properties for projects related to road widenings, highway construction, natural gas pipelines and powerlines.

Opsahl earned his law degree and a certificate in environmental land use law from University of Florida Levin College of Law. He received his undergraduate degree in economics and political science from Florida State University.

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