Herman

F. Randow

Shareholder
500 N. Akard Street, Suite 3800
Dallas, TX 75201-6659

Overview

Herman’s commercial real estate practice involves all aspects of transactional real estate for developers, such as the acquisition, financing and disposition of income producing properties; acquisition and development of raw land; negotiation of complex joint venture agreements for commercial and residential development projects; negotiation of debt and equity financing; and negotiation of management and brokerage agreements, reciprocal easements, covenants and development agreements. A significant portion of Herman’s practice involves advising clients through all stages of the development process including negotiations with governmental agencies. He also represents publicly held companies and private entities in the acquisition, due diligence and entitlement of thousands of residential lots throughout Texas. Typical projects include first-class office buildings, hotels, multifamily, student housing, condominiums, subdivision residential lot developers, major retail centers and mixed-use properties.

In addition to representing developers, Herman advises sellers, investors, and purchasers in the acquisition and disposition of commercial properties, including office and retail projects, apartments, hotels and mixed-use projects. He also advises tenants of major office, retail and industrial properties, from the request for proposal stage through lease execution.

Following graduation from law school, Herman served as a law clerk to the Honorable Nauman S. Scott of the United States District Court, Western District of Louisiana.

Education

Admission

Achievements

  • Thomson Reuters – Texas Rising Stars (2004)
  • Memberships

    • Dallas Bar Association
    • State Bar of Texas, Real Estate and Probate and Trust Law Sections
    • Texas State Board of Public Accountancy
  • Certifications

    Certified Public Accountant – State of Texas

Overview

Herman’s commercial real estate practice involves all aspects of transactional real estate for developers, such as the acquisition, financing and disposition of income producing properties; acquisition and development of raw land; negotiation of complex joint venture agreements for commercial and residential development projects; negotiation of debt and equity financing; and negotiation of management and brokerage agreements, reciprocal easements, covenants and development agreements. A significant portion of Herman’s practice involves advising clients through all stages of the development process including negotiations with governmental agencies. He also represents publicly held companies and private entities in the acquisition, due diligence and entitlement of thousands of residential lots throughout Texas. Typical projects include first-class office buildings, hotels, multifamily, student housing, condominiums, subdivision residential lot developers, major retail centers and mixed-use properties.

In addition to representing developers, Herman advises sellers, investors, and purchasers in the acquisition and disposition of commercial properties, including office and retail projects, apartments, hotels and mixed-use projects. He also advises tenants of major office, retail and industrial properties, from the request for proposal stage through lease execution.

Following graduation from law school, Herman served as a law clerk to the Honorable Nauman S. Scott of the United States District Court, Western District of Louisiana.

Experience

  • Multifamily Developments

    Represented a real estate development company in the acquisition of the land and development and financing of several sites throughout Dallas, Texas of

  • Student Housing Financing

    Represented a privately-held student housing development, acquisition and asset management company that specializes in the construction, leasing and operation 

  • Office Building Development

    Represented a real estate investment group as the developer in the acquisition, development, leasing and financing of an 11-story conversion of an office building into

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