Stephanie M. Toribio is a department attorney in the firm’s Business Law Department and a member of the Real Estate Industry group with a focus on commercial leasing and transactional work, representing landlords, tenants, investors and developers of real estate.
Ms. Toribio is involved in Goodwin’s PropTech Initiative, which is focused on supporting the intersection of Real Estate and Technology.Ms. Toribio is also involved in Goodwin’s PropSci practice, which focuses on the intersection of Real Estate and Life Sciences.
Recent leasing transactions include representation of landlords of high-rise office and lab buildings and various tenants from nonprofits, start-ups and technology companies in Boston, Cambridge, and Waltham. Recent representative transactions include:
- Representing several early-stage biotech companies with leases in Boston, Cambridge, Waltham, and Lexington
- Representing a real estate startup with member agreements for a network of furnished apartments across the U.S.
Areas of Practice
Ms. Toribio is a member of the Boston Bar Association for Massachusetts.Ms. Toribio regularly volunteers with Project Citizenship, an organization that assists permanent residents on their journey to U.S. citizenship.
- U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts
- Co-author, “Three Key Leasing Models in Life Sciences,” Life Sciences Perspectives blog, September 18, 2020
- Co-author, “Leasing Models in Life Sciences and How They Correspond to the Life Cycle of a Company,” Goodwin Insights, September 17, 2020
- Co-author, “Considerations for Operators: Reopening Fitness Facilities Amidst COVID-19,” Goodwin Insights, May 21, 2020
- Co-author, “Massachusetts Gov. Baker Signs Law Providing For Moratorium on Evictions and Foreclosures,” Goodwin Alert, April 20, 2020