Marisa Bocci is a partner in the firm’s Seattle office. She works on a range of transactional matters, including purchase and sale agreements, financing, and leasing. Her practice focuses on hotel and resort properties, commercial real estate assets, and agriculture/agribusiness matters. Ms. Bocci has extensive experience advising asset managers and institutional investors on direct investing, co-investments, joint ventures, and other investment strategies relating to real assets.
Ms. Bocci’s hospitality industry experience includes the purchase and sale of hotel properties, particularly in the luxury or full-service sector. She also works on matters relating to the golf and restaurant sectors. In addition to transactional work, she also advises on asset management issues relating to operations and handles negotiations with management companies, procurement services, and consulting and co-branding arrangements.
In the agriculture sector, Ms. Bocci has specific experience in matters relating to farmland real estate investments. She handles transactions across the country involving the purchase, sale, leasing and financing of farmland. Further, she is familiar with operational issues specific to the food packing and processing industry, including supply chain and labor arrangements. In addition, she also advises clients on agribusiness-related M&A transactions and regularly speaks and writes on agribusiness topics.
Additionally, Ms. Bocci advises “non-real estate” clients on their real estate needs, helping them acquire, sell, and manage their real estate facilities. She develops and negotiates real estate facility outsourcing contracts for companies in various industries, including those with cross-border outsourcing requirements. She also advises corporations, universities, churches, hospitals, and arts organizations on leasing activities, construction, and financing matters.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Marisa N. Bocci