Kim Justus is an experienced attorney who has counseled clients on a broad range of real estate projects. Her practice is focused on representing banks, life insurance companies and other financial institutions in real estate-secured commercial lending matters and on representing real estate clients with all aspects of acquisition, development and leasing. Having begun her career representing developers of office and residential projects, Kim gained valuable insights into the needs of developers and real estate end-users. She has transitioned that early experience into her representation of lenders, which allows her to identify issues and assess risk in an effort to seek pragmatic solutions. Her representation of lenders includes drafting and negotiating loan documents, assisting clients with all stages of due diligence for real estate secured financing and loan closings.
Her representation of developer and real estate end-user clients includes extensive experience in commercial leasing, representing landlords and tenants in negotiating leases for office, retail, branch banking and industrial and warehouse space and in assisting hospital and health care providers in leasing facility space.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kimberly S. Justus