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Loeb and Loeb Adds Seasoned Real Estate Lawyer Nicole Fenton

Loeb & Loeb LLP is pleased to announce the arrival of Nicole Fenton as a partner in the Real Estate Department in the firm’s New York office. Fenton’s practice focuses primarily on advising U.S. and international investors in connection with real estate investments nationwide. 
Among Fenton’s clients are owners, developers, investors and lenders whom she counsels on acquisitions and dispositions, development, construction and mezzanine financing, joint ventures and preferred equity investments. She also advises developers, family offices, private equity funds and institutional investors through every stage of financing, from capital raise to development, leasing, marketing and disposition. 
“Nicole is known and respected for her depth of experience working on a wide range of real estate matters, and that experience builds on our current capabilities,” said Raymond A. Sanseverino, chair of Loeb’s Real Estate Department. “Nicole’s joining deepens our real estate bench, and the versatility of her practice strengthens our ability to provide top-level service to our clients.”
With experience handling transactions involving diverse properties, including multifamily and affordable housing, as well as mixed-use, retail, office and hospitality spaces, Fenton has built a diversified national practice. 
“Nicole has become a trusted adviser as she efficiently guides clients through some of the most complex real estate transactions,” said Laurie Ruckel, managing partner of Loeb’s New York office. “Our clients will certainly benefit from her deep real estate knowledge and experience.” 
“I look forward to joining Loeb & Loeb’s market-savvy and collaborative real estate team,” said Fenton. “They have built a stellar practice known for providing innovative solutions and exceptional client service, and I am proud to join such a group.”
Fenton joins Loeb & Loeb from Eversheds Sutherland, where she was a partner. Prior to that, she was a shareholder at Greenberg Traurig for over a decade. Fenton received her J.D. from New York University School of Law and her B.A. from Brandeis University.