Tim Blakeley is a member of the firm’s real estate group and has over twenty years of experience in handling commercial real estate transactions. His practice currently focuses primarily on healthcare real estate transactions. Prior to joining the firm, Tim was employed by Tenet Healthcare Corporation where he served first as Senior Counsel-Real Estate and then Senior Director – Real Estate.
- Counsel to the seller of a multi-state medical office building portfolio valued at over $80 million;
- Served as outside counsel to a multi-billion dollar institutional real estate investment firm handling the sale of multiple properties across the nation that resulted in the sale of properties valued in excess of $100 million dollars over an 18 month period.
- Created standard form real estate documents for a national healthcare system including purchase and sale agreement, space lease agreement, various construction contracts, ground lease and use restriction and reciprocal easement agreement for campus properties.
- Served as in house counsel responsible for development of a 100 acre office park in an environmentally sensitive area involving entitlement issues, water use regulation and endangered species habitat.
- Represented a Fortune 500 company in connection with the assembly and acquisition of multiple parcels of land for the development of a $250 million electric power generating facility.
- Negotiated, documented and implemented the out sourcing of a lease administration program for a involving a portfolio of more than 1,500 leases for a national healthcare system.
- Oversaw the real estate aspects of a corporate initiative to develop new out-patient facilities in multiple states from site selection and acquisition, permitting and entitlements and financing.
"Tenant Improvements: A Practical Guide", Journal of Real Estate Finance (Spring 2004).
Speaker, 2nd Forum on Medical Office Building & Healthcare Facility Projects, American Conference Institute (Fall 2007).
Speaker, Challenges in Commercial Lending, National Business Institute (Winter 2003).