Commercial Real Estate

The Great Reset: Rebuilding to the Next Normal

Davis|Kuelthau is partnering with the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce and the Milwaukee 7 Regional Partnership to present the M7 Annual (virtual) Forum, The Great Reset: Rebuilding to the Next Normal on May 26, 2021, from 8:00 AM - 12:00 Noon CST. The COVID-19 crisis has placed the leaders of Southeast Wisconsin at a crossroads of balancing short-term challenges with long-term...

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Section 1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges: Implications of the Biden Proposal

Section 1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges: Implications of the Biden Proposal

On April 28th, 2021, President Biden revealed a slew of tax proposals. One of these proposals involved curtailing the use of a long-standing planning tool -- the Tax Deferred Like-Kind Exchange. Flowing from Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code, Section 1031 exchanges are a key component of the investment real estate market, especially for small to mid-size investors. Section 1031 exchanges...

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Mergers & Acquisitions Steps to Success

Mergers & Acquisitions Steps to Success

Davis|Kuelthau Corporate and M&A attorney, Kevin Eismann teamed up with industry leaders to share valuable information about how the M&A market has changed because of COVID. Click here to watch a recording of the webinar. The world has changed a lot in the wake of the pandemic. Businesses of all sizes and in all industries are evaluating what their future looks like as the impact of...

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Attorney Brian Randall Quoted in Milwaukee Business Journal Article

Attorney Brian Randall Quoted in Milwaukee Business Journal Article

Commercial Real Estate attorney Brian C. Randall was quoted in the Milwaukee Business Journal article, Vassallo withdraws plan for 20-story apartment tower in Wauwatosa before vote.  Relative to his representation of John Vassallo, Brian’s quote originated from a withdrawal letter submitted to the city of Wauwatosa. Click here to read the article.

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Attorney Brian Randall Quoted in Milwaukee Business Journal Article

Attorney Brian Randall Quoted in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Article

Commercial Real Estate attorney Brian C. Randall was quoted in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article, Developers withdrew plans for a proposed Wauwatosa apartment tower. Here's what that means for the site's future. Relative to his representation of John Vassallo, Brian’s quote originated from a withdrawal letter submitted to the city of Wauwatosa. Click here to read the article.

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Future of Cities | MKE Business Journal | 2021 Virtual Seminar

Future of Cities | MKE Business Journal | 2021 Virtual Seminar

As a long-time advocate of the region’s commercial real estate developments, Davis|Kuelthau is a supporter of the Milwaukee Business Journal’s Future of Cities Virtual Event and Panel Discussion scheduled on Thursday, January 28 from 1:00 – 2:30 PM. Richard Florida, renowned urbanist and thought leader on the sustainability of America’s cities, will address building innovative and resilient...

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COVID-19 Waivers: Can They Reduce Your Business Risk?

By: Lisa Kleiner Wood and Ethan C. Geis As states begin to reopen and loosen restrictions on public gatherings and business closures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, business managers, event coordinators, and property owners are seeking to get back to a semblance of normalcy. However, at least in the near term, it appears that business will not be business-as-usual. Social distancing,...

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City of Milwaukee Board of Review Extends Property Tax Notice of Assessment Objection/Appeal Deadline to June 8, 2020

On Friday, May 15, 2020, the City of Milwaukee Board of Review voted to extend the deadline for filing assessment objections for 3 weeks to Monday, June 8, 2020, at 4:45 p.m. The Board of Review extended the deadline to assist residential property owners, many of whom saw assessment increases, additional time to review their assessments, and communicate with City assessors in light of the...

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Safer At Home Overruled – Is It Business As Usual?

By: Kathy L. Nusslock Part I of Our Business Liability Series on Returning to Work On May 13, 2020, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled the Secretary-designee of the Department of Health Services (DHS) failed to follow emergency rule procedures and exceeded her authority when she issued Emergency Order #28, ordering everyone to stay home, closing all "non-essential" businesses, prohibiting private...

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Webinar | Milwaukee CRE and COVID-19: Strategies for a Shifting World

Webinar | May 15 | 10:00 AM | Register Today Join RE Journals and the panel of experts for a complimentary webinar addressing topics including: What can Tenants & Landlords expect in a post COVID-19 “new normal” environment? Which commercial sectors are best poised to re-emerge post-crisis? How quickly can we expect commercial real estate to recover once life returns to normal? What...

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