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Kevin A. Martin



Clients benefit from Kevin’s strong background navigating a variety of commercial real estate and real estate finance transactions.

Kevin provides representation in the purchase, sale, and development of a variety of real estate projects, including multifamily housing, manufacturing facilities, and office and real estate spaces. He counsels lenders and borrowers through the full spectrum of real estate financing transactions, such as those involving state and federal historic tax credits, New Market Tax Credits (NMTC), HUD insured financing, and traditional mortgage financing.

Kevin’s experience extends to traditional and renewable energy (wind, solar, and biomass) projects, including renewable energy lease negotiation and easements and development matters. He also represents transportation industry clients, including those involved with aviation as well as port authorities, in lease negotiations for airports and hangar leases.


  • Represented a real estate developer in the acquisition, financing, and historic rehabilitation of a former federal prison into a mixed use residential and commercial project in Virginia
  • Represented an international manufacturing company in a series of sale leaseback transactions across multiple states
  • Represented a real estate developer in the sale of multiple multifamily housing projects, including the assignment and assumption of HUD insured and state housing authority issued financing
  • Represented a major U.S. renewable energy company in the development of a 27 MW wind energy project in New Mexico and 81 MW and 50 MW wind energy projects in Michigan
  • Represented a hotel developer in the New Markets Tax Credit and federal historic tax credit financing for the rehabilitation of a historic building in Kansas City, Missouri
  • Represented a major metropolitan port authority in the ground leasing of airport land for a national airline’s construction of a hangar

Professional Activities

  • Member, Dane County Bar Association




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