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Christopher W. Papavasiliou

Partner / Boston

Overview

Christopher W. Papavasiliou is a partner in Nutter’s Real Estate Department. Clients rely on Chris’s counsel for their real estate needs, including leasing, acquisition and disposition of real estate, financing, and construction.

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Notable Experience and Client Impact

  • Represented a public pharmaceutical company with their varied construction needs, including drafting a suite of form documents and the negotiation of a construction contract and design agreements for a $70 million manufacturing facility in southeast Asia

  • Represented client with the acquisition of a fourteen-property portfolio throughout New England and currently advising the client in connection with the leasing and financing of properties in the portfolio

  • Represented client with the day-to-day leasing and construction needs of a 650,000 square foot mixed-use project in Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • Represented well-known architectural firm with the negotiation of a lease for its headquarters
  • Represented a developer with the negotiation of a construction contract for a $60 million tenant build-out for the headquarters of a publicly traded company

  • Represent client with the acquisition, leasing and financing of a portfolio of industrial properties throughout the East coast

  • Advised client with the negotiation of a $14 million construction contract for renovations and construction of laboratory space
  • Represented a bank client providing a $30 million acquisition loan secured by a hotel
  • Counseled a lender in connection with a $60 million loan secured by office buildings in Northern Virginia
  • Represent institutional investor with nationwide construction needs, including development of an internal procurement policy and form documents

Chris continues his leadership outside the firm as a member of NAIOP's Leadership Institute and the Boston Bar Association.

During law school, Chris served as an articles editor on the Emory Law Journal. In addition, he worked part-time in the legal department of a publicly traded residential real estate investment trust. Before law school, he served as a trial clerk with the United States Tax Court, traveling across the country, and worked in the closing department of a large mortgage company.

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Education & Admissions

Education

Emory University School of Law, J.D., Order of the Coif, with Honor, Sidney Parks Scholar, 2008

Georgetown University, B.S., 2002

Admissions

  • Massachusetts

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Industry Expertise

Chris continues his leadership outside the firm as a member of NAIOP's Leadership Institute and the Boston Bar Association.

Noteworthy

Before law school, Chris served as a trial clerk with the United States Tax Court, traveling across the country, and worked in the closing department of a large mortgage company.

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