Justin T. Starling


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Justin Starling advises clients on complex commercial real estate and financial transactions, including representing a number of regional and national publicly traded real estate investment trusts (REITs). Justin has closed more than $13 billion in financings and $2.9 billion in real estate acquisitions, dispositions, and development and redevelopment projects. His experience includes real estate transactions that involve multiple sources of capital, including equity, debt, government grants, economic incentives, and federal tax credits. Justin has been a key player in several transformative redevelopment projects in Memphis, including Overton Square, Crosstown Concourse, and Central Station. More recently, Justin’s practice has expanded to include assisting clients in investing in the cannabis industry through sale/leaseback transactions and private offerings.

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Urban Land Institute (ULI) Memphis

University Neighborhoods Development Corporation — Board Member (2017-2020)

Promise Development Corporation — Board Chairman (2020); Board Member (2018-2020)