Polsinelli Continues to Build Real Estate Strength as Two New Attorneys Join in Chicago
Polsinelli announced today that real estate attorney Keith Londo
joined its Chicago office as a shareholder. Associate, Jason Mathew, has joined the firm as well.
Londo brings with him 13 years of experience in real estate transactions, specifically, finance, acquisitions and dispositions, commercial leasing and real estate development. He represents many large institutional lending clients, including many institutional real estate investors throughout the U.S., as well as landlords and tenants.
“We’re very happy to be adding more attorneys to our group,” said Eric Greenfield
, the Chicago-based vice chair of the firm’s real estate practice. “Keith brings great experience and sophistication to the practice, enhancing the quality and variety of service we’re able to offer clients and deepening our bench strength with new associates as well means we’re prepared to continue growing. The whole team was busy all through last year and we expect to keep up that pace – and more – in the future.”
Polsinelli’s real estate practice is recognized nationally for its market insight and business-oriented approach to real estate transactions, as evidenced by Polsinelli’s designation as the leading real estate law firm by Midwest Real Estate News
in 2013 and each of the previous four years as one of the top six firms in an 11-state area based on the number of real estate transactions handled during those years. The firm was also ranked in Real Estate Law360
100's, Top 10 Largest Real Estate Practice Groups in late 2014.
“I’m excited to be joining a team that is already so full of talent and enthusiasm. I look forward to building my practice here,” Londo said. “The business-minded approach that seems to permeate the whole firm is combined with great energy and commitment to serving real estate clients and getting deals done for them. This is an excellent place to be.”
Londo is a graduate of Northwestern University Law School.
Associate Jason Mathew has also joined the practice, focusing his work on real estate transactions. Mathew graduated from Boston College Law School.