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Danny Aleshire

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Danny Aleshire

Danny Aleshire is an associate in the Los Angeles office, focusing his practice on real estate, land use, and environmental matters. He serves as the Assistant City Attorney of Signal Hill.  He has assisted real estate owners and developers through all stages of the entitlement and development process from the initial permitting and entitlement strategy through governmental approvals incorporating legal, political, community, and public relations issues.  He has advised clients on local planning and zoning regulations, state and local governmental regulatory requirements and related environmental laws, including CEQA.  He has helped shepherd development projects through various administrative, discretionary, quasi-judicial and legislative governmental processes, working with architects, political consultants, construction contractors and other consultants.

Danny brings extensive experience as a former associate at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, LLP and Latham & Watkins, LLP, where he represented developers, investors, lenders, REITs and operators in a range of real estate transactions and real estate development projects involving office, retail, industrial, mixed-use, vacant land and hotel properties.  Specifically, he has successfully negotiated agreements for real estate purchase and sales, partnership and joint ventures, equity financing, origination and restructuring of mortgage and mezzanine debt, leasing, construction, permitting and development.

He has maintained an active pro bono practice working with nonprofit organizations to acquire, lease and finance various types of real property as well as assisting with development and entitlement matters.

Danny received his law degree from Stanford Law School in 2009. He graduated magna cum laude from Occidental College in 2005, where he received a BA with a double major in Politics and Economics.  After college, he was a Fellow of the Coro Fellowship Program in Public Affairs for the 2005-2006 term.