Ms. Min's practice focuses on representing clients in public finance transactions and in all facets of institutional and entrepreneurial real estate transactions, including, acquisition, development, financing, management, leasing and disposition. Her experience includes public/private partnerships, tax credit structures, private equity, joint ventures, and mergers and acquisitions involving the transfer of real estate.
Ms. Min’s public finance practice includes the representation of borrowers, issuers, bond purchasers and credit enhancers of tax-exempt bonds. She has represented non-profit and for-profit borrowers and bond issuers for acquisition and development financing, government issuers for public projects and private activity use bonds, and national and local banks in credit enhancement and remarketing, and direct purchases of bonds.
With over 15 years’ experience in Real Estate law, Ms. Min's practice focuses on representing clients in all facets of institutional and entrepreneurial real estate transactions, including, acquisition, development, financing, management, leasing and disposition. She is the Co-Chair of Whiteford’s Real Estate Practice Group. Ms. Min represents both national and local owners and tenants in retail and other commercial leasing. Her experience also includes complex vertical and horizontal condominium regimes, reciprocal easement agreements, public/private partnerships, tax credit structures, private equity, joint ventures, and mergers and acquisitions involving the transfer of real estate. Based on this broad experience Ms. Min seeks to tailor her legal advice and negotiations to accommodate the business interests of our clients to promote a more efficient and effective transaction.
Ms. Min's pro bono work includes representing non-profits in utilizing state and federal historic tax credits for the lease and rehabilitation of Baltimore City-owned national historic landmarks, the development by a joint venture of charitable stakeholders of a Baltimore City contract school and the development and construction by a community organization of a Baltimore City-owned children's park in the Mt. Vernon historic neighborhood and the development.
Ms. Min clerked for The Honorable Stanley F. Birch of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit from 2002-2003 and The Honorable Raymond A. Jackson of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia from 2001-2002.
- Fellow: American College of Real Estate Lawyers, 2018 - present
- Listed in Best Lawyers in America, 2018 - present
Memberships & Activities
- Member: Maryland State Bar Association
- Member: National Association of Bond Lawyers (NABL)
- Member: Urban Land Institute