Grant is a partner in the Commercial Real Estate and Private Wealth practices. He is co-leader of the Family Business practice, former chair of the Real Estate practice and a former member of the Executive Committee. As a real estate lawyer, Grant advises clients in connection with the purchase, development, financing, operation and sale of mixed-use projects, regional and super regional shopping centers, neighborhood strip centers, apartment complexes, office/industrial parks, hotels and parking lots. He has comprehensive experience structuring transactions and joint ventures. He also negotiates, drafts and reviews agreements for partnerships, limited liability companies, acquisitions, investments, sales, financing, management, reciprocal easements and development agreements for developers, investors, purchasers, and sellers.
Over the last ten years, Grant’s real estate practice has expanded to embrace private wealth clients. In his private wealth practice, Grant guides individuals and their families to decipher the complexities of estate planning and succession planning. He addresses the critical issues that are special to family businesses and closely-held companies.
Over the course of his career, Grant has displayed a keen appreciation for art, aesthetics and performance. He combined his professional acumen with his artistic sensibilities when serving as the past chair of the Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Foundation. He also provided pro bono real estate legal advice to the Center for Puppetry Arts for over 30 years. Finally, Grant has a special interest in antique automobiles and is the former director of the local region of the Classic Car Club of America.