Reuben, Junius & Rose, LLP is a full-service real estate law firm. We deliver high-quality legal work with small-firm efficiencies and pricing.
Our attorneys counsel and represent clients in all facets of real estate law, with special emphasis on real estate transactions and land use planning and zoning. We take considerable pride in our attorneys’ experience, versatility and commitment. In conjunction with delivering high-quality legal services, we encourage every member of the firm to become actively involved in the San Francisco community.
The firm culture prizes practicality and efficiency. Clients are invited to communicate frequently with their attorneys regarding any aspect of the attorney-client relationship, including fees. We are especially proud of the trust, friendship and confidence we have earned, as evidenced by our long-term relationships with many clients.
The firms clients include globally recognized developers such as Tishman-Speyer Properties, Kilroy Realty, Boston Properties, Equity Residential, United Dominion, and others. We also represent national retailers like CVS pharmacies, Starbucks Coffee, Sherwin-Williams Paints, and more. And finally, we represent many small property owners and developers.
Reuben, Junius & Rose, LLP provides full-service representation for purchase and sale transactions, including drafting and legal review of purchase and sale agreements and associated closing documents. Our attorneys have experience with
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