John M. (Jack) Creedon
Jack Creedon, a partner and global co-head of Ropes & Gray’s real estate investments and transactions group, represents real estate private equity funds, hedge funds, REITs, university endowments and other institutional investors in a wide variety of real estate transactional matters, including joint ventures and co-investments, real estate debt financings, distressed debt purchases and debt restructurings, complex acquisitions and dispositions, leasing (including sale-leasebacks) and ground-up development. Jack is also advising clients across industries and asset classes on real estate issues arising from the COVID-19 outbreak, including borrowers, lenders, landlords and tenants.
Jack was named as one of Real Estate Forum’s 50 Under 40, is ranked in Chambers USA, The Best Lawyers in America and The Legal 500 and has twice been named a Law360 Rising Star. Clients describe Jack as “a sharp young guy who's a very knowledgeable and creative real estate transaction lawyer” and laud Jack for the “unique set of knowledge he brings to deals” and praise his approach as “very responsive,” “very practical” and “very helpful.” (Chambers USA)
Jack has experience both domestically and internationally and has represented clients in transactions in Europe, Asia and throughout the United States.
Jack also works with Pine Street Inn, a national leader in the fight to end homelessness, on various real estate pro bono matters.