Elizabeth E. Kearney represents private and institutional investors, borrowers, lenders, and developers in a broad range of matters, including the sale, acquisition, financing, and development of commercial real estate. In addition, Elizabeth has extensive experience representing both landlords and tenants in office, warehouse, and retail leases.
Elizabeth served as a founding co-chair of the Women’s Leadership Initiative of the Urban Land Institute – Philadelphia Council. She currently serves on the school board for St. Mary of the Lakes in Medford, N.J. She also chairs Cozen O’Connor’s blood drive committee, coordinating two drives with more than 130 donors annually.
Elizabeth earned her undergraduate degree, with high honors, from Rutgers University School of Business – Camden, and her law degree, with high honors, from Rutgers University School of Law – Camden, where she was State Constitutional Law Editor of the Rutgers Law Journal. Prior to practicing law, she served as a financial analyst for an international defense contractor.
- Represented Liberty Property Trust with respect to the development, ownership, and management of the Comcast Technology Center, a 52-story mixed-use project in Center City Philadelphia. This representation included negotiating joint venture agreements and the property management and leasing agreement.
- Represented the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in closing the transactions for the development of a new $140 million Family Court Building at 15th and Arch Streets in Philadelphia. This was a multi-faceted transaction involving many state and local government agencies.
- Represented developer/landlord in the development and leasing of new regional headquarters for GlaxoSmithKline in the Philadelphia Navy Yard Corporate Center.
- Represented Liberty Property Trust in connection with various leasing matters at the Navy Yard Corporate Center in Philadelphia.
- Represent one of the largest and oldest real estate firms in the United States in connection with all leasing in its two high-rise towers in Center City Philadelphia, including securing a long-term, 151,000 sq. ft. headquarters lease.
- Rutgers University School of Law – Camden, J.D., 2005
- Rutgers–Camden, B.S., 2001
BAR ADMISSIONS : New Jersey; Pennsylvania
- Philadelphia Bar Association
- Urban Land Institute
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