Katherine M. Noonan represents developers in mixed-use projects, including analyzing project structure and the drafting, negotiation, and recordation of condominium documents. Katie works with developer and association clients with regard to ongoing compliance with governing documents and project operations. She has assisted numerous clients on local law compliance in the disposition of multifamily residential projects. She focuses specifically on rights of first refusal in Montgomery County and Prince George's County, Md., as well as the District of Columbia's Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act (TOPA).
Katie has represented lenders and borrowers with a variety of energy projects, including solar, hydroelectric, and gas-fired electric generation facilities, addressing the specific real estate issues related to acquisition and financing.
Katie also has significant leasing experience, representing both landlords and tenants in a range of office and retail leasing matters.
Represented national trade association in the negotiation of its headquarter office space in the District of Columbia.
Represented national retailer in connection with its acquisition of land and consolidation of parcels for the construction of large distribution center.
Represented District of Columbia developer in the creation of high-end residential condominium in Georgetown.
Represented multifamily developer with regard to compliance with Montgomery and Prince George's County right of first refusal laws triggered by corporate merger.
Represented owner of D.C. multifamily project in connection with TOPA compliance.
Represented lender in connection with real estate disposition following foreclosure of mixed-use project in Prince George's County, Md.
Represented national corporation in the negotiation of office leases for sites throughout the country.
Represented lending institution in connection with real estate matters related to 10-site solar facility loan.
Represented local developer in connection with shopping center acquisition and financing.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Katherine M. Noonan