Mark S. Tenenbaum is a founding partner of Tenenbaum & Saas. Prior to forming Tenenbaum & Saas in 1996, he was engaged in private practice as a partner (1993-1996) and as an associate (1982-1987) with the law firm of Sherman, Meehan & Curtin in Washington, D.C. Mr. Tenenbaum also served as general counsel to Trammell Crow Company in the Northeast region (1988-1993), through Mark S. Tenenbaum & Associates, P.C., a separately organized law firm operated out of Trammell Crow’s Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. offices.
Mr. Tenenbaum represents clients in a wide variety of commercial real estate transactions, most notably in the acquisition, financing, development and leasing of undeveloped land for office, retail, industrial, technology and/or mixed uses, and the leasing, financing and sale of developed office, industrial and retail projects. His practice also includes the formation of entities and the drafting and negotiation of partnership and LLC operating agreements, the preparation and negotiation of declarations, easement agreements and other land development documents, the resolution of commercial disputes, including loan workouts, contractual workouts and partnership disputes, and a wide range of other commercial transactions. Mr. Tenenbaum’s clients include large national development firms, smaller local development firms, institutional and individual property owners, and other businesses and individuals. He has negotiated full building office leases, multi-building office leases, build-to-suit transactions, anchor and non-anchor retail leases, land assemblages, land development agreements, development services agreements, construction and design contracts, loan workout agreements, and documented and closed many different types of commercial real estate acquisitions, financings and sales.
J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, District of Columbia, 1982
Honors: cum laude
B.A., Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, 1978
Honors: cum laude
District of Columbia, 1982
U.S. Court of Appeals District of Columbia Circuit, 1984
U.S. Court of Appeals 4th Circuit, 1989
U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia, 1984
Commercial Tenant’s Leasing Transaction Guide – Forms and Strategies, Wiley Law, 1991
Sherman Meehan & Curtin, Partner, 1993 – 1996
Mark S. Tenenbaum & Associates, P.C., Managing Partner, 1988 – 1993
Sherman Meehan & Curtin, Associate, 1982 – 1987