Kim Pagotto practices in the areas of commercial real estate including commercial leasing, government real estate, acquisitions, dispositions, development and finance. She has experience with office, retail, industrial, federal and state agency, telecommunications, utility and multifamily residential projects.
Ms. Pagotto has also developed significant experience in the area of government real estate, particularly GSA leasing. She represents clients all over the United States in all aspects of the GSA and other government agency real estate, including responding to expressions of interest, requests for proposals, Automated Advanced Acquisition Program submissions, lease negotiations, lease administration, audit responses, compliance, and acquisitions, dispositions and financing of individual and portfolio properties with a government component.
— Ms. Pagotto has represented:
- Columbia Property Trust in ongoing leasing work, such as: Numerous office and retail leases at buildings across the country, including all leasing and related activities at Market Square, a two-building complex, that includes retail, residential, office and a national memorial. Leases at Market Square include an 80,000 square foot lease with Edison Electric Institute, leases for CBS, Ford Motor Company, Bayer, several restaurants and numerous law firms.
- Beacon Capital Partners in ongoing leasing work, such as a 115,000 square foot, 15-year lease with MedStar Health for an outpatient surgical center in downtown DC; a lease for The Philanthropy Roundtable; and multiple leases at 601 New Jersey Avenue in the Capitol Hill submarket, including Amazon, Leavitt Partners, One Medical, Summit and AT&T.
- The landlord for an 839,000 square foot, two-building government lease for the Department of Justice, the largest federal government lease in DC since 2002.
- Owners of trophy and Class A commercial office buildings in Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle, Boston, Denver, New York and Washington, DC, in leases with the GSA and federal agencies such as the FBI, DOD, Social Security Administration, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, TSA, Bureau of Prisons, Census Bureau, Nuclear Regulatory Commission and Department of Education.