• Kate S. D'Agostino
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Kate S. D'Agostino

Kate S. D'Agostino



Kate D’Agostino is passionate about her commercial real estate practice. She has worked with the industry through all phases of the economic cycles and can represent clients on a wide range of issues, including:

  • Loan originations
  • Multistate transactions
  • Project development, acquisition, and permanent financings
  • Construction loans, syndicated, and securitized loans
  • Participation agreements
  • Joint ventures
  • Forbearances, loan workouts, and other modifications
  • Foreclosures and bankruptcies
  • Restructuring of loans
  • Loan sales
  • Mezzanine financing

Kate also acts as local counsel for Connecticut and New York real estate transactions.

Kate enjoys building close and ongoing relationships with her clients, which include institutional lenders, pension fund managers, national and local real estate developers, banks, individual investors, and other debt and equity providers. Their transactions have involved office buildings, shopping malls and other retail centers, hotels, apartment complexes, industrial and warehouse buildings, medical office facilities, age-restricted and other residential developments, residential and commercial condominiums, restaurants, manufacturing facilities, and other commercial projects. She also represents lenders in franchise financing transactions.


  • The Best Lawyers in America, Real Estate Law (2021)
  • Connecticut Rising Stars, Super Lawyers Magazine (2011)


  • Quinnipiac University School of Law (J.D., summa cum laude, 2004)
  • Yale University (B.A., 2000)
Bar Admissions
  • Connecticut
  • New York
Court Admissions
  • U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut


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