With 17 years of experience representing corporate and municipal entities in commercial transactions, Nicholle Allen-Steele's approach to practice is client-focused and results-oriented. She represents clients in an array of industries. As such, her clients benefit from working with an attorney experienced in developing thorough industry knowledge, assessing unique client needs, and crafting individualized solutions aligned with business strategies.
In her commercial real estate practice, Nicholle represents developers, institutional lenders, loan portfolio servicers, and finance companies in matters involving acquisitions and sales, commercial development, financing, and loan modifications and assumptions. Nicholle also represents landlords and tenants in lease negotiations involving retail, medical, manufacturing, and institutional uses.
Nicholle also has a telecommunications practice in which she helps clients navigate all aspects of the wireless infrastructure industry, including representing and advising tower companies, site acquisition companies, surveyors, and title companies. She also represents wireline and wireless infrastructure companies in the negotiation of infrastructure agreements.
Recognizing that innovation is a key to community economic growth, Nicholle provides counsel on general corporate and commercial contract matters to growth companies in the telecommunications, energy, health care, and entertainment industries. These clients benefit from being represented by a versatile practitioner who can leverage experience across multiple industries.
Nicholle is a member of the Wake County Real Property Lawyers Association, Triangle Commercial Real Estate Women, Urban Land Institute, and the International Council of Shopping Centers Inc. She is also a member of the Commercial Contracts Section of the National Bar Association. Nicholle's professional involvement reflects her commitment to client service through broad industry knowledge.