Greg Muccilli Named a Fellow of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers March
Shipman & Goodwin LLP is pleased to announce that Gregory P. Muccilli has been elected as a Fellow by the American College of Real Estate Lawyers (ACREL), a premier organization of distinguished, nationally known real estate lawyers in the United States admitted by invitation only.
Greg, a partner in Shipman’s Real Estate practice and resident in the New Haven office, advises clients with respect to real estate development, commercial financing, commercial leasing and land use matters. His experience includes counseling clients in the acquisition, financing, development, leasing and disposition of commercial, mixed-use and multi-family residential properties. Greg advises clients throughout all stages of development and has appeared before various municipal land use departments, inland wetlands committees, planning and zoning commissions and boards of zoning appeal throughout Connecticut. Greg also serves as Connecticut counsel to companies and developers in multistate transactions which include Connecticut real property, and advises hotel owners and purchasers in the acquisition and disposition of luxury, historic, boutique and franchised hotel properties throughout Connecticut.
ACREL admits fellows only after a rigorous screening process, based on “outstanding legal ability, experience and high standards of professional and ethical conduct in the practice of real estate law.” Fellows are required to have at least 10 years of distinguished practice, writing, lecturing and pro bono service in real estate law.
Shipman’s Real Estate practice includes lawyers with a growing national presence in transactional commercial real estate matters. The firm’s commercial real estate clients are situated in major markets throughout the United States, from New York’s tri-state area to the Pacific Northwest, and include private developers, institutional owners, banks and lessees of millions of square feet of real estate across the country.