Tyler S. Bobes

Attorney in Cleveland, OH
Mr. Bobes represents clients in acquisitions and dispositions of commercial properties, joint ventures, sale-leasebacks, as well as retail, office, warehouse and industrial leasing. Additionally, he has experience providing counsel to start-up businesses and general business counsel to a broad range of clients. Mr. Bobes is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers and the Northern Ohio Chapter of NAIOP, the commercial real estate development association.

Mr. Bobes represents clients in acquisitions and dispositions of commercial properties, joint ventures, sale-leasebacks, as well as retail, office, warehouse and industrial leasing. Additionally, he has experience providing counsel to start-up businesses and general business counsel to a broad range of clients.

Presentations

•June 6, 2013 - Exploring Private Easements, HalfMoon Education Inc. seminar: Fee Not So Simple: Understanding Relative Rights to Land Access and Use

•June 4, 2013 - Re-Negotiating the Lease; Tenant Transfer/Exit Strategies, NBI seminar: Retail, Office and Restaurant Leases: Key Provisions and Warranties

•March 2, 2012 - Navigating the Retail Lease: A Road Map to Drafting and Negotiating Common Retail Lease Provisions, ICSC 2012 Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and Michigan Retail Development and Law Symposium

•August 25, 2011 - Assignments and Subleases, Ohio State Bar Association: Commercial Real Estate Law Section Seminar

•August 11, 2009 - Leases: An Ounce of Prevention, Sterling Education Services, Inc.: Landlord-Tenant Law

•August 11, 2009 - Keep a Development Operating, Sterling Education Services, Inc.: Landlord-Tenant Law

•June 11, 2009 - What Gives? Lease Concessions in a Changing Environment, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association and its Real Estate Section Spring Seminar

•August 21, 2008 - Ohio State Bar Association, Panelist-Advanced Commercial Real Estate Law Seminar

Articles

June 24, 2013 - When landlords get new loans, tenants need to protect their rights , Crain's Cleveland Business (Real Estate Guest Blog)

Representative Matters

•Represented a publicly-held company in connection with the sale and leaseback of its corporate headquarters.

•Represented a large publicly-held REIT in connection with a joint venture relating to a 100+ acre mixed-use development project.

•Representation of a publicly traded company in the acquisition, disposition and lease of facilities, plants and offices nationwide.

•Representation of a publicly traded secondary educational institution in long term lease agreements located in class A office buildings nationwide.

•Representation of a large publicly-held REIT in the disposition of retail shopping centers.

•Representation of both publicly-held developers and private developers in retail leasing matters, including anchor/big box tenant leases, in-line tenant leases, ground leases, relocation and expansion agreements and lease assignments.

•Representation of a private developer in the leasing and redevelopment of regional shopping centers.

•Representation of both landlords and tenants in the leasing of retail space, office space, warehouses and industrial parks.

Recent Presentations

•June 6, 2013 - Exploring Private Easements, HalfMoon Education Inc. seminar: Fee Not So Simple: Understanding Relative Rights to Land Access and Use

•June 4, 2013 - Re-Negotiating the Lease; Tenant Transfer/Exit Strategies, NBI seminar: Retail, Office and Restaurant Leases: Key Provisions and Warranties

•March 2, 2012 - Navigating the Retail Lease: A Road Map to Drafting and Negotiating Common Retail Lease Provisions, ICSC 2012 Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and Michigan Retail Development and Law Symposium

•August 25, 2011 - Assignments and Subleases, Ohio State Bar Association: Commercial Real Estate Law Section Seminar

•August 11, 2009 - Leases: An Ounce of Prevention, Sterling Education Services, Inc.: Landlord-Tenant Law

•August 11, 2009 - Keep a Development Operating, Sterling Education Services, Inc.: Landlord-Tenant Law

•June 11, 2009 - What Gives? Lease Concessions in a Changing Environment, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association and its Real Estate Section Spring Seminar

•August 21, 2008 - Ohio State Bar Association, Panelist-Advanced Commercial Real Estate Law Seminar

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Areas of Law

  • Real Estate
  • Leasing
  • Joint Ventures
  • Sale-Leaseback Purchase and Sale Real Estate Tax
  • Energy
  • Environmental

 

Experience & Credentials

Position

Partner

Admission Details

Admitted in 2003, District of Columbia (inactive)
Ohio

Law School Attended

University of Pittsburgh School of Law
Class of 2002
J.D.

Georgetown University Law Center
Class of 2003
LL.M.
Taxation

University Attended

Ohio University
Class of 1998
B.A.
Finance/Corporate Law, cum laude

Associations & Memberships

Professional & Community Associations

•Ohio State Bar Association District of Columbia Bar Association

Contact Information

Phone

(216) 928-2891

Fax

(216) 916-2360

Email

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Office Information
Tyler S. Bobes
Partner
The Tower at Erieview 1301 East Ninth Street, Suite 3500,
Cleveland, OH 44114-1821

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