Beth O’Sheasy Nash has been practicing real estate law for over 10 years and advises clients in a broad range of complex real estate activities, including acquisition and disposition; leasing of retail, office and industrial properties from both the landlord and tenant perspective; and financing and investment. She has substantial experience negotiating and documenting leases of major commercial property types, including shopping centers, lifestyle centers, office buildings and mixed-use projects.
Most recently Ms. Nash worked for The Gap, Inc., where she represented Gap, Old Navy, Banana Republic and Athleta in retail leasing matters throughout the United States involving new construction deals, remodels and downsizes.
Representation of a landlord in an industrial lease involving 40,000 square feet property to be used as a receiving, storing, displaying, and wholesale distributing of pest control products.
Representation of a national tenant in renovation and leasing of medical office buildings throughout the United States.
Representation of a landlord in an industrial lease involving 28,000 square feet property to be used as cold storage, warehousing and distribution.
Representation of a landlord in an industrial lease involving property to be used as transloader and container freight station for domestic and international cargo.
Representation of a landlord in a lease involving property to be used for rectifying and distilling of alcoholic beverages.
Representation of a landlord in an industrial lease involving seller-leaseback of 120,000 square feet property.
Emory University, J.D., with honors
Newcomb College of Tulane University, B.A., Economics and Sociology (cum laude)
London School of Economics (year abroad)
Morrison & Foerster
Burr & Forman
California State Bar
Georgia State Bar