Benjamin Noe has a broad range of experience with the leasing, acquisition, and financing of mixed-use developments, office complexes, and outlet centers, as well as the disposition of various classes of commercial property on behalf of institutional sellers.
Mr. Noe has extensive experience in representing the firm’s clients in both retail and office leasing contexts, with a particular emphasis on representation of national retail tenants and commercial developers and landlords. Clients whom Mr. Noe has represented own extensive office and retail developments in various and diverse markets across the United States, including San Francisco, Nashville, Atlanta, Chicago, and New York.
In law school, Benjamin served as a research assistant to one of his professors, responsible for researching the theory of legal communitarianism and editing academic articles for publication in peer-reviewed journals. Additionally, he served as the Secretary and Parliamentarian of Wayne State University Law School’s Board of Governors. In this capacity, he provided administrative and policy support to the president of the Student Board of Governors.
In his free time, Benjamin enjoys cheering on the sports teams of Detroit, as well as those of the University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
- J.D., Wayne State University Law School, with honors and Order of the Coif 2016
- B.A. (Political Science and History), University of Notre Dame 2013
- State Bar of Georgia
- Supreme Court of Georgia
- State Bar Of Georgia – Young Lawyers Division