J.D., Washington University School of Law, 1983, Order of the Coif
B.A., Carleton College, cum laude, 1979
Al Henneboehle represents clients in commercial real estate acquisitions, dispositions, development, financing and leasing. His practice also concentrates on zoning and environmental law.
He has represented lenders and borrowers in major real estate financing transactions, including construction financing. Al has drafted and negotiated synthetic lease financing and has represented a Fortune 500 company in a sale and leaseback transaction with a REIT involving more than 60 separate shopping center locations.
He has extensive experience in industrial, retail, office and multi-family development, as well as in real estate investment and leases, including restructuring and enforcement. He has successfully negotiated shopping center developments for developers and end users and has drafted build-to-suit leases, reciprocal easements, development agreements and construction management agreements.
Al has achieved substantial cost savings for clients by challenging real property tax assessments. His experience in zoning and land use matters has included representing clients in locally undesirable land uses (LULUs) and procuring conditional use permits, special use permits and licenses for telecommunication facilities, electrical substations, sanitary landfills and low-income housing.
In real estate transactions, Al is experienced in evaluating, allocating and preventing environmental liability and risk. He has assisted clients in brownfields redevelopment, self audits, CERCLA actions, environmental due diligence, wetlands mitigation and management, and environmental insurance matters.
Al has lectured at continuing legal education seminars on land use, zoning and environmental topics.
- American Bar Association
- The Missouri Bar
- Illinois Bar Association
- Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
Honors & Awards
Honors & Awards
- The Best Lawyers in America, Real Estate Law, 2013-2019