Joseph Delaney’s practice focuses on commercial real estate sale, leasing and financing transactions. His experience includes the acquisition, disposition and financing of commercial office properties, residential and mixed-use projects and since late 2012, he has represented purchasers and sellers in the sale of more than $4.5 billion of commercial real estate, including transactions that broke numerous records for price-per-square-foot.
Joe’s practice includes leasing, representing landlords and tenants in leasing office, biomedical and technology space, including representing landlords in the lease of more than 6.5 million-square-feet of space in the South Lake Union neighborhood. He also has experience in environmental law and land use and has represented clients in transactions involving contaminated properties.
J.D., Georgetown University Law Center (magna cum laude), 1988
B.A., University of Vermont, 1982
University of Washington, Certificate in Commercial Real Estate, 1998
U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington, 1988
9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, 1991
Foster Pepper PLLC, Member, 1988-Present
Breed, Abbott & Morgan (Washington, D.C.), Summer Associate, 1987-1988
Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce, Environmental Policy Committee, member