About Adam

Adam Hattenburg is an associate in Stoel Rives LLP's Real Estate group, where he represents owners, developers, landlords, and tenants in a variety of real estate transactions. His experience includes acquisitions, dispositions, development, leasing, and financing. Adam’s practice is focused on office, multifamily, retail, affordable housing, and self-storage.  

Before his legal career, Adam worked in upper-level operations management for commercial real estate developers/operators with properties located across the United States, which has equipped him with practical industry insights.

Before joining Stoel Rives, Adam was a law clerk to the Honorable Edwin G. Torres of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida and an associate  for a large international law firm in California. While Adam has extensive experience living and working around the United States, he is originally from Washington state.

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  • Represented Canadian developer in its $500 million dollar construction financing for a mixed-use office/multifamily tower in downtown Seattle.
  • Represented Seattle-based developer in its sales of student housing located in Texas and Florida respectively for $80 million and $50 million dollars.  
  • Represented large nonprofit hospital system in connection with the sale of a ground lease interest and a hotel in Washington and the related joint venture restructuring.
  • Represented Seattle-based developer in its $30 million dollar acquisition and development of a multifamily apartment complex in Arizona   
  • Represented developer in the development of an 868-acre multi-use site in California, including the disposition of large batches of single-family lots to various home builders.
  • Represented public company in its acquisition of several parcels of land and assets stretching from Lake Mead to Henderson, Nevada.
  • Represented Seattle-based developer in its acquisition of a shopping center in Bellevue, Washington.
  • Represented various developers in the development or renovation of several affordable housing projects located in Washington, Minnesota, Nebraska, and Montana that involved nonprofit partnerships, 4% LIHTC financing, tax-exempt bond financing, city development financing, and commercial bank financing.
  • Represented public-company tenant in negotiating various leases around the United States, including in Texas, Florida, Virginia, Illinois, North Carolina, and New York.
  • Represented landlord in retail and office leasing for portfolio of properties located in Seattle, Renton, Kirkland, Kent, Bellevue and around Washington state.
  • Represented Self-Storage REIT in its planned entry into the Alaska market, including creating a form self-storage rental agreement.
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Insights & Presentations

Insights & Presentations

  • “How borrowers can navigate loan defeasance transactions” (co-author), Daily Journal of Commerce, September 6, 2022

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