Ronald Melamed represents developers, landlords, tenants and public and private corporations in all aspects of commercial real estate matters. 


The scope of his practice includes both local and multi-state transactions, and involves all aspects of:

  • Acquisitions and Dispositions
  • Tract Assemblage
  • Financing
  • Leasing
  • Payment-in-Lieu-of-Tax lease arrangements
    • Real property concerns in connection with corporate acquisitions and mergers
    • Acquisition, disposition and development of:
      • Heavy and light industrial manufacturing and fabrication facilities
      • Residential, apartment, office and industrial buildings and complexes
      • Mixed-use developments
      • Undeveloped land       



    • Best Lawyers in America, Real Estate Law, 2021-2022
    • Melamed is the co-author of the article entitled "Preparing a Commercial Real Estate Purchase Agreement" in the September 2005 Michigan Bar Journal, as well as the article entitled "Enforceability of Anti-Assignment Provisions in Limited Liability Company Operating Agreements" in the Winter 2004 issue of the Michigan Business Law Journal.




    • American Bar Association
    • Michigan Bar Association


    J.D., University of Michigan, 1996

    B.A., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1993


    • North Carolina, 2009
    • Michigan, 1996
    • Federal Courts for the Eastern District of Michigan
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