Rachel Holloway’s transactional practice focuses on a broad range of commercial real estate matters, including acquisitions, dispositions, development, and finance. Rachel represents banks, institutional lenders, life insurance companies, and commercial borrowers in connection with the origination and restructuring of construction, bridge, and permanent financings, tax-credit driven loans (including bond financings), and multi-jurisdictional property portfolios. She also regularly represents national and international owners and developers in the acquisition, disposition, and financing of all types of commercial real property, including office buildings, hotels, shopping centers, mixed-used projects, and multi-family properties.
Prior to joining Pennington Lawson, Rachel was for seven years an associate in the premier real estate group of DLA Piper LLP in San Francisco, where her work focused on a variety of complex real estate transactions. While at DLA Piper, Rachel served as chair of the Firm Wide National Associates Committee and member of the San Francisco Pro Bono Committee. In recognition of her pro bono representation of survivors of domestic violence, she received the DLA Piper National Pro Bono Award and Wiley W. Manuel Certificate for Pro Bono Legal Services from the State Bar of California.