Butler Snow LLP is pleased to welcome Brian A. Wildstein to the firm’s Charleston, South Carolina, office. Wildstein will practice with the firm’s Real Estate Development and Finance practice within the Finance, Real Estate and Restructuring practice group.
“We’re excited to welcome Brian to our Charleston office,” said Christopher R. Maddux, chair of Butler Snow. “His vast experience with real estate across the country will be of tremendous value to our clients and the Real Estate Development and Finance practice.”
Wildstein brings a wealth of experience representing clients in all stages of real estate, construction, infrastructure, joint venture, brownfield redevelopment, land use, planning and zoning, including notably working on resort projects in the Caribbean basin. He has also assisted regional, national and international developers and investment funds with large-scale, high-profile developments and projects, including trophy office buildings, full-service hotels, destination resorts, build-to-rent communities and mixed-use developments.
Wildstein earned his bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and earned his Juris Doctor from Columbia Law School, where he graduated as a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. He also clerked for the Honorable Max Rosenn of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. Wildstein is a member of the Urban Land Institute and is admitted to practice in Georgia, South Carolina, Washington D.C. and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Butler Snow’s Real Estate Development and Finance group represents local, regional and national developers, owners and lenders in all facets of commercial real estate and land use matters. The practice group has extensive experience in handling acquisitions and sales, financing, development, land use, construction, leasing and property management. They also handle a wide range of financings and refinancings, including acquisition and development loans, construction loans, permanent loans, synthetic lease and sale-lease transactions, participation loans, syndicated loans, public loans and grants.