Gregory L. Mast

ISLN: 905107231
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Practice Areas:

  • Real Estate Development
  • Corporate Law
  • Real Estate Law
  • Commercial Transactions

1979, Arizona

Law School:
Harvard University, J.D.

State Bar of Arizona; Arizona Town Hall; Real Estate Advisory Council.

Professional Distinctions (Honors and Awards): Listed, “Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business,” Real Estate, Band 1; Listed, “Southwest Super Lawyers”; Listed, “The Best Lawyers in America,” Woodard/White, Inc.; Listed, “Arizona’s Finest Lawyers”; Listed, “Best Lawyers in the Valley,” Phoenix Magazine; Listed, Marquis Who’s Who, “Who’s Who in American Law”; Attorney has achieved the highest rating for legal ability in Martindale-Hubbell. Past Experience: Mast Law Firm, P.C. (Shareholder and President, July 2008; Gallagher & Kennedy, P.A. (Shareholder; Past Chair, Real Estate Department; Past Chair, Corporate Section), May 1988-July 2008; Jones, Jury, Short & Mast, P.C. (Partner), January 1986-May 1988; Evans, Kitchel & Jenckes, P.C. (Partner), June 1979-January 1986. Professional Associations and Memberships: The Thunderbirds (Past President and Past Board of Directors); Past Member, Phoenix Chamber of Commerce, Special Events Committee; Past Member, Arizona Baseball Commission; Past Member, Valley Partnership.

Mr. Mast represents developers, landlords, tenants, buyers, sellers, lenders, borrowers, contractors, and home builders in a wide range of real estate and finance matters, including the acquisition, entitlement, financing, construction, development, leasing and ultimate disposition of residential, office, industrial, retail and mixed-use commercial real estate projects. Mr. Mast’s past experience includes being a lead lawyer in connection with such wide range projects as the development of the Collier Center and Central Park East in downtown Phoenix, The Scottsdale Spectrum in Scottsdale, the last five office and mixed-use towers in the Camelback Esplanade in Phoenix, the Scottsdale Waterfront development in Scottsdale, and the Mesa Fiesta, Arcadia Crossing, Scottsdale Fiesta and Hill Country Galleria mixed-use shopping center developments. In addition, Mr. Mast was lead counsel for the buyers of the Chrysler Proving Grounds property and various other large land acquisition and development projects. Mr. Mast routinely serves as counsel in a variety of other office, industrial, retail, condominium and residential projects located throughout the Southwest.