About: Geoffrey White
Geoff is a senior associate in the real estate group at Frost Brown Todd with a practice focused on representing lenders, owners, investors, developers, managers and construction professionals in the workout, servicing, financing, purchase, sale, development and management of commercial real estate properties. He also advises clients on green/sustainability issues arising in relation to real estate and construction matters.
Geoff has represented lenders in closings of more than $1 billion in loans in forty states. These loans have been for the new construction, purchase or refinancing of retail shopping centers, hotels, apartment complexes, industrial properties, senior housing projects, nursing homes, assisted living facilities and board and care facilities, involving various structures, including, but not limited to condominium regimes, planned unit developments, ground leases, master leases, cross-collateralizations, mezzanine financing, partial defeasance, low income housing tax credits and historic tax credits. Geoff has also written numerous works and made multiple presentations regarding the legal issues of green building.
Geoff graduated cum laude from the University of Michigan Law School in 2003 and magna cum laude from Mary Washington College in 2000 where he double majored in history and political science. He was also recently accredited a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Green Associate™ (LEED GA) by the U.S. Green Building Counsel (USGBC™) and is a Fellow at the Institute of Green Professionals (FIGP).
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