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Dimple C. Patel

Primary Office
1500 Market St., Suite 3500E
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Direct(215) 575-7147
Fax(215) 575-7200

Dimple Patel’s practice focuses on representing the interests of commercial real estate lenders and loan servicers in connection with high-value, complex, structured-loan transactions. She is experienced with a wide range of real estate transactions, including, but not limited to, loan assumptions, defeasances, condemnations, full and partial releases of mortgages, and easements.

In addition to her practice, Dimple has a strong commitment and interest in advancing civic and cultural causes in the Philadelphia community. Dimple serves as an active board member for United Communities of Southeastern Philadelphia, a non-profit organization designed to promote the educational and economic advancement of individuals and families in Southeastern Philadelphia. She is also a member of the United Way Project NEXT Leadership Committee, a group committed to giving back to, advocating for and volunteering in the Philadelphia region. Most recently, Dimple was appointed to FringeAxis, a committee of bright, young professionals working to reach a new generation of Philadelphians with Philadelphia FringeArts’ intellectually challenging, provocative, and moving contemporary art.

Professional & Community Activities

  • United Communities of Southeastern Philadelphia
  • United Way Project NEXT Leadership Committee 
  • FringeArts, FringeAxis Committee 
  • Recipient of National Multiple Sclerosis Society Leadership Award 
  • Women’s Medical Fund 
  • Central High School of Philadelphia Alumni Association

Speeches & Presentations

  • Presented “Basics of Commercial Leasing” in 2012 & 2013 to the Philadelphia Fashion Incubator, Philadelphia, PA.

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Alternate Biographies





  • J.D., Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law, 2011
  • B.A., New York University, 2004

Bar Admissions

  • Pennsylvania, 2011
  • New Jersey, 2011
  • Arizona, 2018