More Regions 

Stacie E. Trott

Company: 

DLA Piper

Representing client in various actions concerning an international hotel portfolio

Represented firm in various actions connected with a multifamily property in the United Kingdom

Stacie Trott is the co-chair of DLA Piper’s New York Real Estate Practice and co-chair of the Firm’s Global Real Estate Practice. Her practice focuses on highly structured corporate and commercial real estate transactions, emphasizing European and Asian cross-border matters. She advises institutional private equity firms, global investment managers and real estate investment funds in complex joint ventures, acquisitions, dispositions and financings of office, hotel, multi-family, logistics, industrial, storage and retail assets.

Recent matters include representing a global investment manager in the acquisition, joint venture and financing of leasehold interests in a portfolio of hotels in Spain, Italy, France, the Netherlands and Turkey. She also represented an institutional private equity firm in the acquisition, joint venture, development and financing of a multifamily residential community in the UK.

She is a National Association of Women Lawyers and the New York Bar Association member.

Trott received her J.D. from the Fordham University School of Law.

These are some of the reasons why we are honoring Stacie Trott with Connect CRE’s 2023 National Lawyers in Real Estate Award. The award celebrates real estate attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their practice and the larger community.

Connect

Inside The Story

DLA Piper's Stacie Trott

About Amy Wolff Sorter

I love content. I love writing it, visualizing it, and manipulating it to fit into different formats. I have years of experience in working with content, both as creator and editor. The content I create and edit provides assistance with many goals, ranging from lead generation, to developing street cred through well-timed thought-leadership pieces. Content skills include, but aren't limited to, articles and blogs, e-mails, promotional collateral, infographics, e-books and white papers, website copy and more.