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Diane McCabe

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Goodwin

Advises on commercial real estate transactions and complex debt/equity investments

Represents clients on restructurings and mezzanine, construction and permanent financings

Diane McCabe is a partner in Goodwin’s Real Estate Industry group and is currently co-chairing its Joint Ventures and Real Estate Finance practice. She began her career at Goodwin in 1999.

She advises on commercial real estate transactions, including complex debt and equity investments and restructurings; mezzanine, construction and permanent financings; and debt purchases; acquisitions and sales across various property types. These include office, retail, hospitality, self-storage, industrial multi-family apartments, manufactured housing and senior housing facilities. McCabe is also involved in Goodwin’s PropTech Initiative.

McCabe is co-chair of the Boston Council of Women at Goodwin. She is recognized by Chambers USA. Throughout the years, she has mentored dozens of associates, providing invaluable guidance and expertise in navigating the complexities of the legal field with confidence. McCabe also participated in Goodwin’s inaugural DEI Affinity Group Local Council Leaders’ Summit in San Francisco.

She received her J.D. from the University of Connecticut School of Law and was also a member of the University of Connecticut Law Review.

These are some of the reasons why we are honoring Diane McCabe with Connect CRE’s 2023 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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