Bill Forbush concentrates his practice on commercial real estate work representing institutional investors acquiring, financing, restructuring and selling commercial properties throughout the country; owners and developers of downtown high-rise office towers; and landlords and tenants in leases of office, retail and industrial properties.

Bill's work for private developers includes a downtown Boston tower with over $1 billion of construction and permanent financing. His work for institutional investors includes the restructuring of the financing on the Sears Tower in Chicago, the sale and financing of a major historic retail/transportation facility in Washington, DC, the acquisition, financing, restructuring and sale of a portfolio of anchor retail properties in major New England regional malls, and the anchor leasing and sale of The John Hancock Tower in Boston.

Bill has represented opportunity funds, private investors and public REITs investing in, selling and financing national real estate portfolios. He has overseen the leasing programs for over six million square feet of space in premier Class A high-rise office towers and suburban office complexes. He also represented the anchor tenants in pre-leasing three office towers in Boston's Seaport and Back Bay districts and has negotiated headquarters leases for numerous companies in the greater Boston area and around the country.