Caroline E. Browder is a partner at Roth Jackson. Her practice focuses on all aspects of commercial real estate, including strategic planning, leasing, financing, acquisitions, dispositions, land use, construction, and condemnation. Ms. Browder represents landlords and tenants in commercial lease transactions, including “build to suit” and national tenant leasing. She also represents lenders and borrowers in commercial financing.
Before joining Roth Jackson, Ms. Browder served as senior vice president and in-house counsel for SunTrust Banks, Inc., where she handled all of the bank’s corporate real estate transactions in the Mid-Atlantic region (VA, MD, DC, NC, SC). Representative transactions include: portfolio sale/leaseback of 447 branch banking facilities, sale/leaseback of 25 office buildings, 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange Projects, drafting and negotiating leases for all retail and office space leased by and from SunTrust Bank, modifying and negotiating AIA architectural and construction contracts, reviewing and revising supplier contracts and purchase orders, representing the bank in partial and total condemnation cases, and managing premise liability claims and litigation.
University of Richmond, T.C. Williams School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 1999)
University of Richmond (B.A., 1995)
Awards & Honors
Law clerk to the Supreme Court of Virginia
Virginia State Bar
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