Thomas Gossett


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Tommy Gossett counsels public companies, private companies, private equity firms, individuals, real estate joint ventures and various other clients across the country on commercial real estate transactions and associated debt financings. Tommy’s practice spans many industries, including healthcare, office, retail, food and beverage, and industrial.

Tommy’s practice involves:

  • Healthcare Real Estate – Advising hospitals, surgery centers, physician groups, individuals and other healthcare service providers with the leasing, acquisition, disposition and financing of medical office buildings, hospitals, behavioral centers, surgery centers, senior living communities, and other healthcare offices or buildings, which also involves analyzing and navigating healthcare regulatory issues.
  • Commercial Real Estate Leasing – Representing both landlords and tenants in drafting and negotiating leases, subleases, licenses, ground leases and lease amendments, as well as related ancillary documents such as assignments, estoppels and SNDAs, covering a wide variety of uses in single-tenant and multi-tenant buildings.
  • Real Estate Acquisitions, Dispositions and Development – Counseling clients in the acquisition, disposition and/or development of commercial properties, including office buildings, medical office buildings, hospitals, multifamily residential communities, mixed-use projects, shopping centers, restaurants, industrial facilities, and single user retail projects, along with associated sale-leaseback transactions.
  • Real Estate Finance – Representing both borrowers and lenders in connection with construction loans and real estate project financing.

Tommy also collaborates with the Corporate & Securities Practice Group and the Healthcare Practice Group on corporate and healthcare transactions, such as mergers, acquisitions and dispositions, involving real estate issues.


National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP)

Urban Land Institute (ULI)

International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)

American Health Law Association (AHLA)