Allan Caggiano

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  • Boston College (JD)
  • Suffolk University (BA)

Bar Admissions

  • Massachusetts

Allan's experience includes all aspects of residential and commercial real estate, including acquisitions and sales, finance, development, construction, and leasing. He represents local, regional, and national developers, lenders, investors, landlords and tenants in a broad variety of real estate transactions.

Allan currently serves as a member of Mintz Levin’s Central Training Committee and is active in recruiting and interviewing new attorneys for the firm.

Active in politics, Allan currently serves on the Norwell Republican Town Committee, has worked for two Massachusetts Governors, and has been an advisor for various local, state, and national campaigns. Allan has also recently joined the Board of the Wildlands Trust, a land trust created to conserving and preserving the natural heritage of Southeastern Massachusetts.

Representative Matters

  • Represent landlords and tenants of varying sizes in leasing transactions and construction contracts for office, laboratory, manufacturing, industrial, telecom and sale-leasebacks, including representation of a multi-billion dollar REIT in connection with its acquisition and leasing of office and industrial space nationally
  • Represent various developers in connection with the acquisition, assemblage, permitting, financing, construction and development of real estate throughout Boston and the Greater Boston area, including a 250-unit waterfront mixed-use condominium complex, a 50+ unit portfolio of apartment buildings in Boston’s South End, North End, and Back Bay
  • Represent national hospitals and health-care providers with acquisitions and dispositions of their facilities
  • Represent investor in assemblage, financing, and acquisition of a 250+ acre site to be developed for a wind farm
  • Represent developers in connection with affordable housing (c. 40B) projects throughout Massachusetts, including successful representation against municipality claiming satisfaction of the 1.5% total land area exemption under Chapter 40B
  • Represent a state institution and subsidiary in connection with the permitting and construction of a biologics manufacturing, filling, and distribution facility in Boston
  • Represent client in connection with the permitting, financing and acquisition of paper manufacturing facilities in multiple states
  • Represent national owner and operator of assisted living facilities, including in connection with $300+ million recapitalizations
  • Represent foreign investors in connection with the acquisition of a marina and restaurant
  • Represent various property owners in connection with the permitting, construction and management of billboards in Boston and other municipalities throughout Massachusetts
  • Represent various property owners, developers, restaurant owners, landlords and tenants in connection with architect and construction contracts and procurement agreements

Recognitions & Awards

  • Included on the Massachusetts Super Lawyers Rising Star: Real Estate list (2009 – 2017)

Professional & Community Involvement

  • Member, Business Advisory Council, Boston College Law School
  • Former board member, Suffolk University College of Arts and Sciences
  • Board member, Wildlands Trust