Attorney

Mark
Kaplan

Attorney

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Mark represents clients in complex commercial real estate transactions, including the acquisition, development, financing, leasing, and disposition of properties. He has extensive experience with mixed-use, retail, office, industrial, and medical projects. In his leasing practice, Mark represents landlords and tenants in the negotiation of leases and related agreements. 

Before joining Moye White, Mark served as Assistant General Counsel at a Fortune 200 company where he negotiated transactions for the acquisition, development, and leasing of dialysis centers throughout the United States. He also served as in-house counsel at a national "big box" home improvement retailer where he handled transactions for the acquisition, leasing, and development of properties for the construction of stores and distribution centers. 

Mark spent time as a real estate developer where he developed Target and Wal-Mart anchored shopping centers. Additionally, Mark served as an adjunct professor at Emory University School of Law where he taught classes in negotiating, documenting, and managing business transactions.

In his spare time, Mark volunteers at MaxFund Animal Adoption Center, and he enjoys biking, skiing, hiking, and playing tennis.

Mark is admitted to practice in Georgia and is temporarily authorized to practice in Colorado pending admission under C.R.C.P. 205.6.


Representative Matters
  • Represented supermarket operator in the sale of a portfolio of more than 100 grocery stores.
  • Represented REIT in the leasing of a large portfolio of industrial properties.
  • Represented developer in the construction and leasing of a transit oriented mixed-use project.
  • Performed all aspects of commercial real estate development, including market and site analysis, land acquisition, contract negotiation, financial analysis, permitting and entitlements, design, leasing and construction, for the development of Target and Wal-Mart anchored shopping centers.
  • Represented loan servicers in the servicing, modification and restructuring of securitized loans throughout the United States.