Mark Kronenthal is a partner at Roth Jackson, practicing in all areas of commercial real estate transactions. Since his return to private practice after serving as the Mayor of Richmond’s Chief of Staff and Senior Policy Advisor, Mark assists clients in land use/zoning matters, commercial leasing, lending, and business/government strategies.
Mark represents banks and borrowers in a wide variety of lending scenarios, including commercial/multi-family acquisitions, construction loans, permanent financing, historic tax credit matters, and leasehold financing. Mark also negotiates complex ground and space leases, municipal ordinances, easements, use restrictions, declarations, restrictive covenants, and land use/zoning matters for all types of commercial clients. He advises clients on general corporate matters, on local, state and federal government relations, and on administrative and enforcement issues.
Mark’s background also includes national bank branch leasing and bank-owned property dispositions.
Mark has been named a Super Lawyers Rising Star in Real Estate, and is a past Executive Committee Member and past Programs Co-Chair of the Richmond district of the Urban Land Institute, 2011-2012.
T.C. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond (J.D. 2003)
James Madison University (B.A. 1998)
Virginia State Bar
(804) 441-8603 (direct)
(804) 441-8440 (main)
(804) 441-8438 (fax)