Rachel K. Boudoin
Rachel Kanarek Boudoin specializes in commercial lease transactions, with a focus on landlord/owner representation. Ms. Boudoin’s leasing practice encompasses retail, office, and industrial negotiations. She has significant experience working with the varied components of mixed-use developments and navigating the unique situations that arise with such developments.
In addition to traditional space leases, Ms. Boudoin’s practice also has a considerable focus on existing and emerging communication technology, as she helps her clients understand and negotiate technology/telecom infrastructure agreements, whether to maximize profitability of rooftop space or to provide the valuable amenity of connectivity to their tenants and other end-users, or both.
Ms. Boudoin’s leasing expertise often plays an integral role in complex land deals, including development, buid-to-suits, ground leases, and acquisitions/dispositions, and Ms. Boudoin’s clients can confidently look to her for guidance on a number of other real estate related matters. In each instance, Ms. Boudoin enables multiple entities with varied interests to work cooperatively towards a mutually beneficial outcome.
Ms. Boudoin resides in East Cobb with her husband and two daughters. She is an active member of Congregation Etz Chaim, and presently holds the title of Vice President of Education, after completing terms on both the preschool board and the religious school board.
Prior to joining Sheley, Hall & Williams, Ms. Boudoin was an Associate on the Real Estate Team at Parker Hudson Rainer & Dobbs LLP. Ms. Boudoin began her career at The Giacoma Law Firm, P.C. (f /k/a Weiss & Giacoma, P.C.), a boutique commercial real estate firm.
Ms. Boudoin received her B.A. from Duke University in 2001 and her J.D. from Emory University School of Law in 2005.
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