Rosemary Loverdi represents real estate developers, family-owned real estate investment funds, retailers, manufacturers, and other middle-market companies in commercial real estate transactions. In the public sector, Rosemary has advised economic development agencies and state authorities in procurement matters, including structuring requests for proposals (RFPs), and has also represented public and quasi-public entities in real estate matters.
Rosemary regularly counsels clients in leasing, acquisition, construction, and financing matters. Her engagements have included mixed-use developments, condominium projects, multi-tenant and single-user office, warehouse, and shopping center retail leasing. Rosemary has also structured joint ventures for project development. She has represented both landlords and tenants, lenders and borrowers, and sellers and purchasers of real estate and therefore has an understanding of the concerns of both parties to a transaction.
Rosemary is committed to raising awareness regarding how heart disease and stroke affect women in particular, and has served as the Co-Chair of the Corporate Leadership Team and a member of the Executive Leadership Team for the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women campaign since 2007. Rosemary is also a member of and is the Executive Secretary of the Board of Directors of the Philadelphia chapter of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW), and a member of the March of Dimes Transportation, Building & Construction Awards Luncheon Board. She was the co-Chair of the Development Committee for the Delaware Valley Green Building Council from 2015-2016.