Christopher Ambrosio

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Christopher Ambrosio

Chris concentrates his practice in transactional matters, including the acquisition, development, financing, sale, and leasing of commercial property, including shopping centers, office buildings, mixed use projects, industrial and waterfront property, and residential developments. Chris represents developers, investors, lenders, landlords, and tenants in a variety of commercial real estate transactions. He also represents small and medium-sized private businesses in mergers, acquisitions, and reorganizations.

Chris advises business and governmental clients in organizational, transactional, and corporate matters, including negotiation, preparation, and review of operating and shareholder agreements and other corporate documents, commercial contracts, and financing agreements.

Chris is recognized as a practical, business-minded lawyer who protects his clients’ interests without “over lawyering” transactions. He focuses on getting the deal done efficiently with the best possible result for his client.

Representative Matters

  • Assisted in representation of marine terminal operator in complex lease transaction valued at over $1 billion.
  • Represented manufacturing company in negotiation and documentation of $130 million asset-based working capital credit facility.
  • Represented private real estate investment and management companies in the acquisition, financing, and disposition of shopping centers valued at $1 million to $25 million.

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