Ryan Konsdorf's practice is concentrated in real estate, environmental, energy and finance. His real estate practice includes complex purchase and sale transactions, large-scale land acquisition and development transactions, mixed-use retail and commercial leasing, and real estate financing and subdivision matters. Ryan also represents real estate investment trusts (REITs) on single and multi-tenant shopping centers on a national basis. Additionally, he provides counsel regarding liquor license application, renewal and transfer transactions.
Represented publicly traded Canadian REIT purchaser as U.S. counsel in over $300 million worth of hotel and lodging facility portfolio acquisitions throughout the U.S.
Represented public university in $35 million acquisition and redevelopment of office building in Washington D.C.
Represented solar energy industry leader in sale of $115 million industrial manufacturing building
Represented sellers in sale transactions with the City of Glendale, City of Mesa and City of Phoenix
Represented large-scale land developers and builders in single-family and multi-family residential community developments
Represented fast food restaurant company in numerous land acquisition and development transactions
Represented golf course and resort owner in proposed sale transaction
Represented cellular communication tower provider in numerous ground lease transactions
Represented hotel owners and event management company in acquisition of Arizona liquor licenses
Represented landlord and tenant's interests in numerous mixed-use retail and office leases
Represented publicly traded U.S. REIT in office and retail acquisitions throughout the U.S.
Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, 2013)
Associate Editor, Arizona State Law Journal
Order of the Coif
Willard H. Pedrick Scholar
University of Nebraska-Lincoln (B.S., Marketing, highest distinction, 2010)
Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity
American Marketing Association Student Chapter, Vice President
Urban Land Institute, Young Leaders Group
Panel speaker at Arizona State University, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law
Panel speaker at ASU Alumni Law Group Law Firm
"Killing Your Chances of Inheriting: The Problem with the Application of the Slayer Statute to Cases of Assisted Suicide," Author, 39 ACTEC L.J. 399, 399 (2013)