BFKN is pleased to announce the addition of David A. Martin to the Real Estate Group. Dave concentrates his practice on commercial real estate transactions, including the acquisition, disposition, financing, leasing, and managing of real estate assets. Prior to joining BFKN, Dave was an associate at Pedersen & Houpt, P.C., where he represented and advised clients in connection with commercial real estate purchase and sale agreements, commercial leases, organizational documents, and commercial lending, performed all aspects of due diligence, including resolving survey and title matters, and managed the closing process.
"Our Real Estate Group is excited to have Dave join us. He brings to the Group a sound base of experience in numerous aspects of our real estate practice, which continues to expand and flourish. We are fortunate that talented attorneys like Dave continue to join our Real Estate Group and create a top-notch talent pool among our associates; this enables our Group to better serve the needs of our clients, who hold interests, via a variety of investment vehicles and forms, in real estate projects throughout the country."
— Suzanne Bessette-Smith, Co-Chair, Real Estate Group
BFKN's Real Estate Group
Our Real Estate Group has been a cornerstone of the firm since its founding. We have earned the reputation as one of the premier real estate practices in the country, and are consistently recognized by Chambers USA and U.S. News Best Law Firms as one of the top real estate law firms. The combined experience of our real estate attorneys encompasses virtually every aspect of real estate transactions, including the acquisition, development, leasing and sale of properties; the investment in, and financing of, real estate; and the restructuring of debt. Our attention to market realities and focus on business issues in formulating legal solutions results in value-added services for our clients. Our clients include public and private REITs, real estate private equity firms, developers, money center banks and other institutional lenders, non-traditional lenders, pension fund advisors and other institutional investors and other domestic and foreign owners of real estate in the United States.