Prince Lobel Tye LLP is pleased to welcome Ian M. Urquhart as a new addition to its real estate team. Ian brings almost 10 years of experience in permitting large and complex real estate projects n the city of Boston.
Ian’s practice focuses on real estate law, with a concentration on land use and development. His experience extends to sales and acquisitions, permitting, litigation, leasing, financing, and affordable housing matters.
Ian received his Juris Doctorate from the New England School of Law and his Bachelor of Arts from Skidmore College. Ian proudly serves the city of Boston in both his professional and personal life. He serves on the Local Advisory Board for the Charlestown Boys and Girls Club and the Board of Directors for the Alray Scholars Program, which provides financial assistance and mentoring
support to Boston students looking to return to college.
Before joining Prince Lobel, Ian worked at the Boston Redevelopment Authority, where he was most recently Senior Counsel in the Office of General Counsel. Ian served as the lead attorney on much of the new development around Fenway Park along with the development of New Balance’s new world headquarters in Brighton.
Prince Lobel Managing Partner Craig M. Tateronis said the firm welcomes Ian to the Real Estate Practice Group. “Ian’s legal background complements our growing Boston development practice. Moreover, his level of engagement with local nonprofits aligns with the firm’s mission to provide service within the Boston community.”
Prince Lobel’s Real Estate Practice Group provides services in all areas of commercial real estate development, acquisition, ownership, financing, leasing, and permitting. Our team takes pride in offering practical and effective case management, from due diligence reviews and acquisitions, to leasing, refinancing and disposition, focused on providing first-rate, yet cost-effective solutions. Our pragmatic approach and knowledge of the law allows us to effectively negotiate for our clients and bring matters to a timely conclusion.