Orth Kluth talked the talk, now they are walking the walk: many construction-oriented competitors aspire to offer clients a full range of real estate advice, but this firm stood out for implementing this plan with persistence and good judgment – and without relying on rapid team expansion. Late in 2013 the firm did take on Kai Enzweiler to boost its real estate competence, but afterwards the focus was on optimizing its internal organization. The previous year it merged the real estate and construction teams. Close involvement with the public lawyers completes the full-service package.
Systematic expansion and reorganization allowed Orth Kluth to advise on the purchase and sale of projects and get involved in the strategic planning phase. An example is cooperation with the developer 6B47, which the firm is advising comprehensively on a project in Frankfurt.
New clients are also confident about the team around highly respected Dr. Gary Klaft. They emphasize his “good price-performance ratio” and “professional handling” of work. If the firm succeeds in strengthening the new relationships, especially with investors and funds, Orth Kluth’s success story can continue.
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