Beth H. Roberto

Beth Roberto focuses her practice on representing lenders in commercial real estate loans.  Beth’s real estate experience includes commercial real estate finance, development, land use, condominiums, leasing, and acquisitions and dispositions.

Prior to joining Pierce Atwood, Beth was an associate in the Business and Finance Department at Murtha Cullina LLP representing borrowers, developers, and lenders in the commercial real estate and long-term care sectors.

Professional Activities
  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Real Estate Bar Association for Massachusetts (REBA)
  • CREW Boston (formerly New England Women in Real Estate)
  • Commercial Real Estate Development Association (NAIOP)
Civic Activities
  • Former member of the Planning Board for the City of Chelsea

Practice Areas

Representative Experience
  • Represented affordable housing developer in the acquisition of historic mill buildings and aging apartment building complexes in Massachusetts for rehabilitation into affordable and market rate units utilizing various combinations of state and federal tax credits combined with construction loans, various soft loans, such as city loans and DHCD loans, permanent financing, and investor equity contributions
  • Represented lender in a construction to permanent loan for the development of a solar farm facility in Vermont
  • Represented land owner trust in lease of industrial building for recycling/bailing operation with option to purchase
  • Represented developer in a series of acquisitions and financings of a significant Boston office building portfolio
  • Represented lender in a construction loan for the development of a long-term care facility
  • Represented charitable religious corporation in negotiation of lease and the sale of a conservation restriction to a state agency
  • Represented lender in a series of commercial real estate loans involving a cooperative and limited liability company borrower’s refinance of Boston apartment buildings containing student housing
  • Represented long-term care company in the acquisition of the assets of another long-term care company involving assumption of HUD debt, issuance of new bond debt, assumption of existing seller debt and financing