Perkins Coie, international law firm, has announced that Camarin E.B. Madigan has joined the firm’s Real Estate and Land Use practice in San Francisco.
An experienced real estate, land use and energy attorney, Madigan advises developers, landowners, lenders and public agencies on acquisitions and dispositions and leasing for complex development projects and commercial properties, as well as land use entitlements and environmental permits. She regularly handles matters that involve an array of property types, including office buildings, research and development campuses, retail centers, medical facilities, hospitals, and residential communities.
“The Bay Area is one of the most vibrant real estate markets in the world, and Camarin brings a strong reputation among the major players in the area,” said Cecily Barclay, chair of Perkins Coie’s Real Estate and Land Use practice. “Camarin’s addition is important to the continued success of our national practice group and to strengthening client relationships through our professional excellence and focused client service.”
Madigan’s top clients include universities, technology companies, homebuilders and energy companies. She represents Stanford University in negotiating ground leases at the 700-acre Stanford Research Park and in real estate acquisitions, dispositions and leases across Stanford’s more than 8,000 acres. She also leads real estate transactions in the San Francisco Bay Area for bio-tech, emerging growth and other tech companies. Madigan counsels homebuilders in the acquisition and development of property for multifamily, mixed-use and transit-oriented projects throughout California. Additionally, she has represented several solar companies in the acquisition and entitlement of solar projects in California, the western United States and internationally.
Perkins Coie’s Real Estate & Land Use group counsels clients with comprehensive services encompassing the full range of commercial real estate and development issues. With more than 50 lawyers in offices across the country, lawyers in the practice have the depth and diversity of experience to handle a variety of projects, including resort hotels, golf course and housing developments, mixed-use projects, shopping centers, corporate campuses, retirement communities, industrial facilities, and public/private developments.