Kristin is a partner in HMB’s Real Estate Group. She focuses her practice on commercial real estate transactions, development, leasing and finance matters.
Kristin helps real estate owners, developers, investors and users fulfill their business vision by diving deep into the details and efficiently driving projects over the finish line. Kristin works on acquisitions, dispositions and financing of several property types, including shopping centers, condominium properties, offices, apartment buildings, hotels and raw or distressed land for development. She has also significant experience in condominium deconversions, note acquisitions and workouts.
Empowering Big Ideas Through Detailed Execution
As a counselor to individuals and organizations involved in complex real estate dealings, Kristin drafts and negotiates purchase and sale agreements, lease agreements and loan documents, as well as advises on tax matters related to real estate. Her depth of experience allows her to navigate a complex deal skillfully and efficiently.
Clients rely on Kristin to allow them to focus on the big picture while she handles the details, so projects and deals get done right, on time and on budget.
Loyola University, Chicago, J.D.
University of St. Thomas, B.A. in English, magna cum laude
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