Ronisha Parker is a real estate attorney in Holland & Knight's Washington, D.C., office. Ms. Parker's practice focuses on commercial real estate transactions, including the representation of clients engaged in the acquisition, development, disposition, financing and leasing of commercial real estate.
Ms. Parker has significant experience managing every stage of a transaction from contract negotiation through post-closing obligations. She drafts and negotiates commercial office, industrial, retail and ground leases on behalf of institutional landlords and tenants.
In addition, Ms. Parker leads and manages title examination, drafting corporate entity documents and consents, drafting and negotiating real estate purchase and sale contracts, real estate closings, and drafting and negotiating documents in connection with real estate finance.
Not yet admitted to District of Columbia Bar; admitted to Georgia Bar only and practicing under supervision of lawyers licensed to practice in District of Columbia.
- Represented a publicly traded company in the acquisition of a 416-acre data center campus in Metro Atlanta; this project included one of the largest bond validations in Georgia history
- Represented a national quick-service restaurant company in the acquisition and ground leasing of land for the development of more than 40 restaurants throughout the United States
- Represented a national home improvement company in connection with the property management of more than 500 sites across North America
- Represented a joint venture in the $132 million sale of two apartment complexes
- Represented a joint venture in the drafting, negotiating and closing the acquisition, corporate structuring and mezzanine loan financing of a multifamily rental project in Las Vegas
- Represented a real estate investment trust (REIT) in the ground lease, purchase, sale and development of commercial real estate across the southeast
- Represented a real estate investment company in commercial leasing transactions across the United States
- Represented multiple owners and developers in drafting, negotiating and closing ad valorem tax abatements for qualified economic development projects across the state of Georgia
- Howard University School of Law, J.D.
- Holy Names University, B.A., International Relations, cum laude
- NAIOP, Commercial Real Estate Development Association
- Howard Law Journal, Senior Articles Editor