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The hospitality, resort and adventure industry has evolved significantly over the last two decades, shaped considerably by advancements in digital technology. Scale’s real estate and land use attorneys are both personally and professionally aligned with the positive disruption taking place in these sectors. And by leveraging the tech-forward, distributed platform upon which Scale was built, we are able to transact deals, shape complex real estate structures, and manage owner portfolio needs in ways that are thoughtful, cost-effective, and tailored. Acquisition, land use, and reconfiguration costs can be streamlined with effective planning and careful attention, while simultaneously attending to important conservation and sustainability goals. 

Scale’s best-in-class team pulls together experts from government, tech startups, in-house counsel, venture investment, and high-end law firms. Together, we provide a complete legal solution - with a focus on practical, strategically aligned legal advice and operational efficiency - to address the unique needs our clients face, from planning and acquisition to operations, maintenance, and sale.

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