Tag: Emmanuelle S. Litvinov

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Corporate Divorce Can Be Messy, But Not for Those Who Are Prepared

While no one enters a partnership expecting it to end in divorce, no one is immune to failure. In the world of business, partnerships can sometimes mirror the complexities of personal relationships. Often, it is the “we’ve known each other forever” handshake partnerships that explode the loudest. When business partners decide to separate their interests,…
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Florida Business Climate Great for Pickleball, But Risks Are in Play

When discussing the ever-evolving landscape of Florida’s commercial real estate (CRE) market, one trend has begun to stand out — the rise of pickleball. This sport, once a leisurely pastime, has turned into a compelling investment opportunity, transforming the CRE sector and driving significant shifts in property acquisition and development strategies throughout Florida — but…
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Livin’ La Vida Loca: Florida’s Radical Overhaul of Commercial Zoning Incentivizes Developers

The “Live Local Act,” recently signed into law by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, provides unprecedented incentives for developers to build affordable housing. With access to low-interest loans and tax credits, the ability to bypass local zoning restrictions, and prevention of county-imposed rent control, developers are now incentivized to create a lasting impact in their communities…
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