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Brandt Hollander


Harvest LLP

Advised on 10-property industrial portfolio recapitalization

Represented a tenant in a built-to-suit, 1.2-million-square-foot distribution facility lease

In his role as Partner and fonder of the Boston office of Harvest LLP, Brandt Hollander represents REITs, privately held companies, family office, and high net worth individuals, in a wide variety of commercial real estate matters, including purchase and sale transactions, leases, syndications, joint ventures, debt financings, construction and design agreements, and a variety of property management and asset management related matters. He also advises clients in connection with the dispute resolutions with landlords, construction and partnerships.

Notable deals included a recapitalization of a 10-property industrial portfolio, an acquisition of a six-property industrial portfolio in Massachusetts and representation of a tenant in negotiation of a build-to-suite lease of a 1.2-million-square-foot distribution facility in California.

Prior to joining Harvest, Hollander was with the law firms of Dain Torpy, Elkins Kalt, and Goodwin Procter. While at UCLA Law School he was a Peter Bren Distinguished Fellow in Entrepreneurial Real Estate, the president of the Real Estate Law Association and a co-chair of the Skid Row Housing Clinic.

These are some of the reasons why we are honoring Brandt Hollander with Connect CRE’s 2022 Boston & New England Lawyers in Real Estate Award. The award celebrates real estate attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their practice and the larger community.


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