Capital Markets

Our "Pure Play" real estate focus, coupled with a deep understanding of the public markets, gives us a platform that is uniquely equipped to handle real estate capital markets transactions.

Practice Group Leaders: Evan Hudson, Terri Adler


Additional partners in the Real Estate Capital Markets practice include:

            Patrick Duval

            David Horn

            Pejman Razavilar

            Bruce Stachenfeld

Our Real Estate Capital Markets practice is co-chaired by Evan Hudson, a seasoned real estate capital markets veteran and Harvard Law School graduate who has helped clients to raise many billions of dollars of equity capital, and Terri Adler, who is known for deft handling of the most complex real estate transactions in the public and private markets.

We are equipped to assist:  nontraded REITs, publicly traded REITs, private REITs, crowdfunding platforms and verticals, investors (institutional and high-net-worth) and real estate program sponsors in transactions involving every major asset class, including retail, office, multifamily, industrial, medical, hospitality and mortgage.

We stand ready to advise on:

  • Equity offerings and private placements by REITs and funds

  • 1933 Act and 1934 Act compliance

  • Nontraded REIT compliance issues

  • Corporate governance

  • The structuring of investments in REITs

  • Tender offers

  • IPOs

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