Ken’s practice focuses on commercial real estate transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions, development, leasing, and financing of office, industrial, technology, retail, and multifamily properties. His clients include property owners, developers, and tenants operating on both a local and national scale.
During law school, he served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Patti B. Saris of the US District Court, District of Massachusetts. Ken completed his final year of studies as a visiting scholar at Harvard Law School, where he represented pro bono clients in the Transactional Law Clinic and as a participant in the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program. Ken was a Summer Associate at Mintz Levin in 2010.
Served as in-house counsel (via secondment) for a multi-billion dollar organization in Foxborough, MA with holdings in professional sports, real estate, and entertainment. Negotiated and advised on real estate matters pertaining to development, zoning and permitting, like-kind exchanges, acquisition and disposition of property.
Directly advised publicly traded owner and developer of Class A office buildings in all aspects of highly complex $700 million lease transaction, expansion, and redevelopment of technology company’s headquarters in Cambridge, MA – the largest lease consideration for a real-estate deal in the state in at least three years.
Represented a real estate investment firm regarding acquisitions and sales of nine-figure commercial office buildings, including the largest office-property sale in New England, 2013.
Drafted and negotiated over 300 leases and related contracts, and directly advised a multi-billion dollar real estate investment trust (REIT) in connection with office and industrial leasing transactions throughout the United States.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kenneth M. Gantz