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ATLANTA—There are provisions you should consider when drafting covenants, conditions and restrictions (“CC&Rs”) for mixed-use developments. GlobeSt.com caught up with Jeremy D. Cohen, a partner at Hartman Simons & Wood LLP, to get dive deeper in part two of this exclusive interview. You can still read part one: Developers Face Unique Challenges When Multifamily and Retail Collide.

GlobeSt.com: Are there any other CC&R provisions that are important for mixed-use developments?

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