Represented lenders, investors and developers in financing transactions for more than 200 senior living communities
Has an active practice representing government entities and developers in P3 arrangements
Squire Patton Boggs Partner John Thomas leads the firm’s Real Estate Practice, consisting of more than 150 lawyers globally. Based in Washington, DC., Thomas’ diverse practice represents developers, lenders, institutional investors and tenants in all varieties of real estate transactions. The practice includes real estate lending, acquisition and sale, leasing, development and joint venture agreement negotiations.
Thomas is a leader in the senior living finance industry, having represented lenders, investors and developers in financing transactions for more than 200 senior living communities. His activities focus on acquisition and construction loans, tax-exempt bond financings, mezzanine loans and private placements of debt and equity. His finance experience includes significant loan restructuring work as both debtor and creditor counsel.
Thomas also has an active practice representing government entities and developers in the negotiation of public-private partnerships for the development of real estate assets, usually under a long-term ground lease, master lease or concession agreement.
Connect CRE recognized Thomas in 2021 as one of its top Lawyers in Real Estate for Washington, DC. The Washingtonian also recognized him as one of Washington DC’s Best Lawyers: Real Estate.
These are some of the reasons why we are honoring John Thomas with Connect CRE’s 2022 National 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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