ORLANDO, Fla. (July 20, 2019) – Broad and Cassel LLP, which will combine with Nelson Mullins on Aug. 1, today announced it recently represented Florida-based ZOM Living, a national multifamily development company, in a joint venture transaction for a mixed-use project located in the Dallas Arts District.
The firm assisted with the acquisition and construction financing of Atelier, a mixed-use project which will be comprised of 364 residential units and will be the tallest rental tower in the Dallas area at 41 stories.
The complex transaction was more than three years in the making and was led by commercial real estate attorney Angela Shaw and corporate and tax attorney Pete Schoemann, as well as real estate attorney Jim Slater and affordable housing and tax attorney David Leon.
The overall project will feature a 10-story parking garage, more than 26,000 square feet of amenity space and 15,000 square feet of retail. There are also plans for 52 affordable artist loft units which will provide housing for the local arts community.
For more information on the project and its groundbreaking, click here for the news release or here for an article from the Dallas Business Journal.