Perkins Coie's Phoenix Office Adds Real Estate Attorney Bart Page


Perkins Coie announced that Bart J. Page has joined the firm’s Real Estate & Land Use Practice as a senior counsel in the Phoenix office.

He was most recently Of Counsel at Squire Sanders.

“We’re thrilled that Bart is joining us here in Phoenix,” said Shane Swindle, Office Managing Partner of Perkins Coie’s Phoenix office.

“Many of us worked with Bart when he was an associate at Brown & Bain, prior to the merger with Perkins Coie. He is an outstanding lawyer and will enhance our local capabilities, while helping diversify our national practice with his significant homebuilding experience.”

Page focuses on real estate development and financing, including purchase and sale transactions, secured financing transactions (including CMBS loans), leasing transactions, private and public development agreements, engineering and construction agreements, CFD/SID bond financing, and formation and operation of homeowners’ associations and condominiums.

He represents homebuilders, commercial developers, real estate investment funds, banks, financial institutions and other real estate developers and lenders in Arizona, Nevada and other jurisdictions.

Page also represents healthcare systems and medical providers in acquiring, developing, leasing and financing medical properties.

Page received his J.D. from University of Utah, Order of the Coif and his B.S. from Weber State University. He has been listed in Best Lawyers in America since 2010. He began his legal career as a law clerk for The Honorable Richard C. Howe of the Utah Supreme Court.



About Peter Madrid

Peter Madrid has more than 30 years of experience in the newspaper industry as an editor and reporter at USA Today, Kansas City Star, Tucson Citizen and Arizona Republic. He is a graduate of the University of New Mexico.