Jean Boyea is the Chair of the Transactional Section at Bell Nunnally. He maintains a broad commercial real estate practice, and assists clients – including landlords, tenants, developers, lenders and investment entities – with a range of transactional matters from the sale and acquisition of properties to development and refinancing, with a special emphasis on retail leasing and day-to-day landlord/tenant issues. He also has extensive experience with retail and office tenant representation, as well as mechanic’s liens, easements, foreclosures, workouts, property owners’ associations and mortgage fraud cases.
J.D., The University of Texas School of Law, 1994
LBJ School of Public Affairs, M.P.A., The University of Texas at Austin, 1994
From top-end properties with haute couture retailers to neighborhood strip centers, Jean represents numerous shopping centers and mixed-use developments in acquisition, leasing, financing and day-to-day operations.
Represents a restaurant chain with 500+ employees in all of its real estate and corporate needs.
Represented a national retail tenant in leasing (approximately 2 million square feet of total retail lease space), in the acquisition and sale of corporate properties, and as a real estate legal consultant in litigation and bankruptcy proceedings.
Assisted a developer of residential subdivisions in acquisition, financing, partnership and homeowners’ association matters on numerous projects.
A large United States city engaged Jean in its efforts to create a downtown street-level retail district.
Negotiated a purchase contract for redevelopment of a downtown Dallas skyscraper.
Represented a client evaluating and submitting bids to the United States government for the development of post office properties.
Represented victims of mortgage fraud in successful workouts with their lenders, and in efforts to hold mortgage fraud perpetrators responsible for their misdeeds.
From pre-foreclosure due diligence through post-closing obligations, Jean represented a major national lender in foreclosures upon, and subsequent dispositions of, large-scale multifamily assets.