University of Pennsylvania Law School, J.D., 2000
University of Michigan, Bachelor of Arts, 1997
Bar & Court Admissions
- District of Columbia
Brad M. Dashoff
Brad M. Dashoff is a partner in the firm’s Real Estate Transactions Practice. He works diligently to create practical solutions that transform his clients’ visions into tangible results on projects in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C., as well as throughout the United States. He provides practical and insightful guidance on a wide range of real estate issues.
Brad counsels developers, investors, and private equity funds on a variety of real estate matters, including the acquisition, disposition, and ground leasing of commercial properties; real estate development; and the various types of debt and equity financing structures. His practice has an emphasis on structuring joint ventures and the complexities inherent in shared control and decision-making. He also represents developers in public-private partnerships and landlords in sale-leaseback transactions.
Brad works with borrowers and lenders in traditional, construction, securitized, and mezzanine financings. This experience in counseling parties on both sides of financial transactions helps him understand the priorities of the stakeholders involved. In addition, Brad represents owners and developers in multi-parcel mixed-use development projects, as well as sponsors and investors in creating real estate investment funds. His practice includes international purchase and sales and financings, which require handling complex tax and currency matters related to the conveyance of real estate in different countries.
- Represent preferred equity investor in multi-billion-dollar mixed-use project in Washington, D.C.
- Represent purchaser of portfolio of properties in the U.S., Canada, U.K., and Germany
- Represent master developer in redevelopment of existing Washington, D.C. area Metro station into mixed-use transit-oriented project
- Represent nonprofit foundation in ground lease and rehabilitation of historic site in Washington, D.C.
- Represent seller of an approximately $1 billion portfolio of office properties in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.
- Represent sponsor in the formation of multi-family private equity fund and in acquisitions and dispositions by the fund
- Represent purchaser of a $300 million portfolio of fitness centers in a sale-leaseback transaction
- Represent borrower of a $175 million loan secured by a multi-state portfolio of commercial properties
- May 21, 2019
- Dashoff Authors "The Development Agreement: A Beneficial Tool to Develop Single Lot Commercial Condominiums"June 2018Build Maryland
- September 23, 2016
- May 10, 2016
- “Rate Lock Agreements: Timing is Key”July 17, 2013cpexecutive.com
- "The Truck Stops Here—Or Should It?"2013Commercial Lease Law Insider, 2013 (also cited in May 2013 issue of Commercial Lease Law Insider)
- “Organizing Transaction Closings”2013bylined ABA article
- Real Estate Closing DeskbookJanuary 12, 2012book, (3rd Edition)
- “Understanding Real Property Interests in Deeds”January 12, 2011bylined ABA article
- “Mirror World Meets Real World: A Crash Course on Emerging Technologies for Real Estate Owners and Developers”2010Perspectives on Real Estate newsletter
- “Closing Checklists: Important Survival Tools in Real Estate Deals”2010bylined ABA article
- Commercial Real Estate Transactions: A Survival Guide2009book
- Dashoff Panelist at ABA’s Affordable Housing and Community Development Law Annual MeetingMay 26, 2017
Affiliations & Community Involvement
American Bar Association, Member
NAIOP, MD|DC Chapter, Member
Urban Land Institute, Member