Brett Heyman represents financial institutions across a range of commercial real estate transactions. His practice focuses on structuring real estate investments utilizing state and federal low-income housing, new markets, and historic tax credits, counseling higher education and hospital clients on public-private partnership (P3) infrastructure projects, real estate finance and management through traditional and joint venture arrangements, the purchase and development of real property through traditional and mezzanine financing, and construction and permanent lending involving real estate assets.
Brett represents an array of investors, lenders, community development entities (CDEs), and developers nationwide. Brett's P3 practice includes representing higher education institutions, medical centers, and investors in connection with the monetization of parking and utility assets. Brett represents clients in a variety of commercial real estate transactions, including the negotiation of repurchase facilities to finance the acquisition of individual and pooled mortgage loans secured by real estate across the United States and Europe. He represents both operating and capital partners with respect to the financing, acquisition, and disposition of real estate assets under joint venture arrangements. Brett also represents private equity investors with the sale and acquisition of real estate interests for corporate mergers and acquisitions. Additionally, Brett advises developers on acquiring, financing, and selling owned and leased properties, negotiates office and retail leases on behalf of landlords and tenants, and provides guidance on zoning and permitting compliance for development projects.
Brett has an active pro bono practice advising a Boston-area nonprofit client on issues related to the cross-section of education and data analysis.
- Suffolk University (J.D. 2010; Editor, Law Review); University of Rhode Island (B.A. 2005)
- Massachusetts and New York