Minta Kay is a partner in the firm’s Business Law department, and Real Estate Industry group. For more than 35 years, Minta has represented institutional investors, tax-exempts, real estate funds, and owner/operators in connection with all aspects of their real estate investment transactions. She regularly advises clients on joint venture formation and restructuring, senior and junior debt origination, acquisition and restructuring, portfolio transactions, development transactions, and property sales and acquisitions. In the past five years, she has closed over 55 real estate transactions totaling in excess of $12.5 billion.

Minta founded and is co-leader of Goodwin’s Proptech Initiative, which supports companies at all stages, real estate investors and owners, VC’S and other parties working at the intersection of Real Estate and Technology. As leader of Goodwin’s PropTech Initiative, Minta is at the forefront of engaging with constituencies who are analyzing and deploying technology to impact the built environment, whether through development, adoption, consolidation or growth. She and the Proptech team are able to blend technological and real estate goals and norms across two industries that have not historically been well integrated. Minta’s keen understanding of the important of connecting real estate and technology clients, paired with her collaborative and innovative nature, allows for improved synergy in this emerging and important area.

Minta is consistently recognized as a leading real estate attorney by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, Super Lawyers, and U.S. News-Best Lawyers. She formerly served on Goodwin’s Executive Committee, as chair of its Attorney Review Committee, and as a member of the Partnership and Allocations Committees. Presently, she serves as a member of the Women’s Initiative and the firm’s Amplify program, focused on the advancement of diverse attorneys and attorneys of color.

Admitted to practice in New York and Massachusetts, Minta splits her time between the firm’s New York and Boston offices.

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