Jeremy Cohen has over 20 years of experience in all aspects of commercial real estate including the acquisition, financing, leasing and development of retail shopping centers, mixed-use projects, apartment complexes, medical office buildings, and industrial buildings. Mr. Cohen represents tenants, landlords, retailers and developers across the country. He is extremely well versed in handling all aspects of commercial real estate development from the initial purchase until the final sale of the land. He also serves as a de facto general counsel to several smaller companies by helping provide general business and corporate advice.
Mr. Cohen and his wife have two teenage sons. He is an avid golfer, has played in the World Series of Poker on a few occasions, and is a diehard fan of all Boston sports teams.
- Leasing, from both the tenant and landlord perspectives of office, industrial and retail space in markets across the Country, including Atlanta, Birmingham, Boston, Bristol, Charlotte, Huntsville, Lansing, Miami, Nashville, New York City and Sacramento
- Development of retail and mixed-use projects from the ground up, including purchasing the underlying land, closing the construction and acquisition loan, all leasing and either selling the finished project or closing on the permanent debt
- Counsels clients on financing of office, retail, multi-family and industrial projects, from both the lender and borrower perspectives
- Legal formation of various startup companies, including investment and equity option agreements
- Redevelopment of existing office and retail buildings into mixed-use projects and condominiums
PUBLICATIONS & RECOGNITION
- Bisnow Atlanta, Hartman Simons Sees Smaller Retailers Gain Online Sophistication (2016)
- Globe St., What You Need To Know About BOPUS Right Now (2016)
- Presenter of Best Practices for Drafting and Negotiating LOIs (2016)
- Presenter at the Retailers Developer’s Forum (2014)
- Georgia Rising Star
- Emory University School of Law, J.D. 1994
- Emory University, B.A. in History 1991