David A. Libardoni
David A. Libardoni is an associate in Nutter’s Real Estate Department and a member of the firm’s Development, Land Use and Permitting practice group. A diverse range of clients rely on David for assistance with complex commercial acquisitions, dispositions, permitting, development, leasing, and financing matters, in particular with performing zoning, title, and survey due diligence, drafting conveyance and leasing documents, and analyzing federal, state, and local laws that may impact a particular real estate project.
Notable Experience and Client Impact
- Performed title, survey, and zoning review for client’s $64 million joint venture acquisition of a portfolio of office and warehouse properties in Massachusetts and Connecticut and on-going financing and disposition of portfolio assets
- Prepared conveyance documents and handled closing matters for client’s multi-state sale of fuel service stations
- Finalized client’s Chapter 40B affordable housing project for a 236-unit residential complex
- Represent landlords in ongoing leasing needs for office, retail, and laboratory tenants in Greater Boston
- Assisted with due diligence in client’s $315 million acquisition of Class A commercial property in Back Bay, Boston
- Successfully represented a hotel developer in dismissing a Chapter 91 Waterways Act appeal before the Department of Environmental Protection
- Advise the firm’s Trusts and Estates clients with ongoing real estate needs, including acquisitions and dispositions of residential property and estate planning conveyances
David is committed to the firm’s pro bono efforts. He has worked with Medical-Legal Partnership | Boston and the Volunteer Lawyers Project to represent pro bono clients in landlord-tenant disputes.
During law school, David served as editor in chief of the Boston College Law Review and received the Cornelius J. Moynihan Award for Outstanding Editorial Work in Publications. His note, Prisoners of Fame: How an Expanded Use of Intrusion Upon Psychological Seclusion Can Protect the Privacy of Former Public Figures, 54 B.C.L.REV. 1455 (2013), was published in the Boston College Law Review.
His other legal experience includes a judicial internship for the Honorable Mary M. Lisi of the U.S. District Court for the District of Rhode Island.
After graduating from Tufts University, David received a Fulbright Grant from the U.S. Department of State, and served as an English teaching assistant and cultural ambassador in South Korea.
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Boston College Law School, J.D., cum laude
Tufts University, B.A.
David performed title, survey, and zoning review for a client’s $64 million joint venture acquisition of a portfolio of office and warehouse properties in Massachusetts and Connecticut and on-going financing and disposition of portfolio assets.
After graduating from Tufts University, David received a Fulbright Grant from the U.S. Department of State and served as an English teaching assistant and cultural ambassador in South Korea.