Carrie Callaway has represented clients in a wide variety of real estate transactions for over 20 years, with an emphasis on retail and office leasing from both the landlord and tenant perspective, and the purchase and sale of commercial property. Her clients have included technology companies, regional developers, financial institutions, and global retailers. Ms. Callaway takes pride in working efficiently and proactively with her clients’ legal teams and business partners to handle complex and often time-sensitive transactions.
In addition to her role as Counsel at Pennington Lawson, Ms. Callaway continues her work with The Gap, Inc., where she has represented Gap, Old Navy and Banana Republic, and more recently, Athleta and Intermix, in office leasing and retail leasing matters throughout the United States and Canada for 15 years. Ms. Callaway has negotiated hundreds of lease transactions involving well over 3 million square feet of office, industrial, and retail space. Her expertise includes new construction deals, downsizes, lender interface, and terminations, representing landlords, lenders, and tenants. Ms. Callaway’s experience, which began during the real estate downturn in the early 1990’s, allows her to share insight with her clients derived from working in every market condition, from boom to bust. (For the record, she prefers boom.)
- Representation of retail tenant in a package of multi-store leasing transactions involving shopping centers throughout the United States operated by a major landlord
- Assist public utility with 65,000+ acre real estate portfolio in leasing matters
- Representation of landlord to relocate a Fortune 50 tenant of 70,000 square feet property used for light industrial purposes from San Francisco to South San Francisco
- Representation of real estate fund in workout of $13 million loan and deed in lieu transaction
- Representation of retail tenant in renovation and leasing of historic buildings in Harvard Square and New York
- Representation of owners of a retail shopping center, anchored by Target, BevMo, and Michaels, in various leasing matters