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Lindquist & Vennum Takes Minnesota Top Honors in Midwest Real Estate News ‘Best of the Best’ Rankings

07.05.11

Lindquist & Vennum has been named a top law firm in the Midwest Real Estate News ‘2011 Best of the Best’ issue. The firm’s real estate attorneys were ranked tenth overall, and highest in Minnesota, based on the number of transactions in the Midwest. Rankings were based on the total number of real estate transactions completed in 2010 with dollar amounts defined in three categories: up to $5 million, $5 to $14 million, and over $15 million. 

“Lindquist & Vennum is proud to be named among the very best real estate firms in the Midwest and #1 in Minnesota,” says Real Estate Practice Group Co-Chair LB Guthrie. “The ranking is evidence of the strong relationships we share with clients we’re fortunate to help, deal after deal.” Lindquist’s Real Estate Practice Group works with owners, managers, landlords, tenants, investors, and developers of commercial, industrial, and mixed-use properties on every aspect of negotiation, financing, and contract preparation. With more than 30 real estate attorneys, the group handles all types of real estate transactions, litigation, and environmental matters, drawing on the collective talents of the firm’s nearly 200 business and litigation attorneys. For more information about the practice group, visit the real estate practice group page by clicking here.

Midwest Real Estate News is published by RE Journals and is the region’s leader in commercial real estate news coverage. Their ‘Best of the Best’ rankings included categories for top law firms; top owners; top financial intermediaries; top brokers; top construction companies; and top property management. For more information, see www.rejournals.com/publications/midwest-real-estate-news.

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