Gemma Cashman focuses her practice on real estate and environmental law, assisting clients on matters including property finance, conveyancing, development, permitting and leasing. Gemma represents commercial clients in the energy, utilities and real estate development industries. Her experience involves coordinating with municipal and state authorities on complex permitting and zoning issues, due diligence review, drafting and negotiating agreements, and strategic planning. Gemma also has extensive experience working with residential and nonprofit clients on real property transactions with substantial tax implications.
Represented buyer during the purchase of both a $4.2 million urban office complex and $1.5 million residential condominium, utilizing a 1031 reverse exchange as a component of the transaction
Counseled developer on a $6.8 million refinancing of a suburban commercial complex
Represented municipality challenging a neighboring town's landfill expansion
Researched environmental regulatory compliance issues potentially affecting a riverboat cruise company
Counseled developer on $2.8 million construction financing of a condominium complex
Researched and drafted appeal documents for filing with Appeals Board in connection with a municipality's NPDES permit appeal