Rebecca is a preeminent commercial real estate lawyer who skillfully steers developers, lenders, companies, and nonprofit organizations through a wide array of real estate transactions and matters. She has particular expertise in land use law and development permitting in the Greater Boston area, and she frequently draws on her earlier experience as chief of staff / special counsel to the director of the Boston Redevelopment Authority — now known as the Boston Planning & Development Agency. Her practice encompasses a broad range of acquisitions / dispositions, condominium creation, and financing, as well as development permitting.
Rebecca is Chair of the firm’s Real Estate Development Practice. She represents corporations, developers, lenders and nonprofit organizations in a range of real estate matters, including financing, leasing, the procurement of entitlements, property dispositions, condominium creation, site acquisitions and assemblages, and related tax incentive transactions.
Rebecca has extensive experience relating to land use and development permitting in the Greater Boston area. She previously served as Chief of Staff/Special Counsel to the Director at the Boston Redevelopment Authority, where she was responsible for policy development, overseeing development reviews, negotiating acquisitions and dispositions, and representing the agency in financing transactions.
Rebecca is an avid baseball fan and regularly participates as a pianist in the Chamber Music Conference of the East.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Rebecca A. Lee