Rebecca C. Goldberg focuses her practice on commercial leasing, real estate and finance transactions. Ms. Goldberg began her career as an associate attorney at the Phoenix law firm of Salmon, Lewis & Weldon, P.L.C. She graduated from the University of Arizona Rogers College of Law in 2003, where she was Note and Comment Editor of the Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law.
In her leasing work, Ms. Goldberg has negotiated retail, restaurant, office, and industrial leases on behalf of a wide range of tenants and landlords.
Recent work includes leasing at regional mixed-use shopping centers and Class “A” office building towers in downtown Phoenix and the Camelback corridor.
She has also negotiated and counseled tenants and landlords on related leasing documents, such as lease amendments, assignments, subleases, termination agreements, demand letters, estoppel certificates, and subordination, non-disturbance and attornment agreements, along with ongoing property management matters.
Ms. Goldberg also has extensive experience representing clients in the acquisition and disposition of commercial real estate. She has represented borrowers in connection with secured and unsecured loans, most in excess of $10 million. Representative transactions include acquisition of, along with debt and mezzanine financing for, numerous senior living and assisted living projects in the Western United States.
Ms. Goldberg is a member of the State Bar of Arizona. Ms. Goldberg is also admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the District of Arizona.
Ms. Goldberg resides in Phoenix with her husband, Adam, and two sons.