Craig Todaro is a real estate lawyer who serves as a trusted advisor to institutional investors, REITs, real estate funds, private investment managers, private equity firms and wealth managers, family investors and real estate operators in connection with complex real estate transactions.
Craig is experienced in the deployment and management of capital in commercial real estate markets and provides practical legal advice and counsel in all areas of real estate, including joint ventures, recapitalizations, acquisitions and dispositions, and lender and borrower-side mezzanine and mortgage financings (with extensive experience in Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae transactions).
Through his work, Craig has become familiar with real estate issues particular to many types of industries and projects, including but not limited to issues associated with multi-family developments, student housing, office developments, data centers, hospitality and leisure facilities, retail sites, and mixed-use developments.
Before joining Goulston & Storrs, Craig was a partner in an Am Law 50 firm.
- NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Association, member
- District of Columbia
- Northeastern University School of Law (J.D., 2001)
- Tulane University (M.S.W., 1994)
- The University of New Orleans (B.A., 1990)