Nancy A. Park

Partner

nancy.park@bbklaw.com

Tel: (916) 551-2849

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At a Glance

Nancy works with clients in both the private and public sector, focusing on real estate transactions, leasing, finance and business contracts.
 
Prior to joining BB&K, Nancy was the CEO of The Evergreen Company, a veteran Northern California developer of retail and office projects.
 
She represented the City of Monterey in development of master lease policies and negotiation of leases for its Fisherman’s Wharf and commercial wharf facility.

Nancy Park has a varied real estate, finance and business background, which includes serving as CEO for a private developer, giving her a unique insider’s perspective that allows her to relate to her clients. Nancy’s approach is to learn and understand the business or entity she advises so that she can provide practical business and legal counsel as a trusted advisor.
 
Nancy is a partner and Sacramento office managing partner at Best Best & Krieger LLP where she works with clients in both the private and public sector, focusing on real estate transactions, leasing, finance and business contracts. Nancy represents real estate entities, lenders and borrowers, landlords and tenants, and large and small businesses, as well as agricultural and healthcare entities. Some of her private clients include institutional asset managers, pension fund advisors, developers, agricultural product processors, ranch owners, manufacturing facilities, movie/television studios, international and regional banks, and nature conservancies. Public clients include cities, counties, special districts, joint powers authorities and hospital districts, among others.
 
Her practice includes real estate leasing, acquisitions, finance, development and joint ventures. Nancy also forms partnerships and limited liability companies, and handles related corporate matters, including business acquisition, financing, disposition and dissolution.
 
Prior to joining BB&K, Nancy was the CEO of The Evergreen Company, a veteran Northern California developer of retail and office projects. As CEO, she handled financing, general counsel, administrative and joint venture matters. Nancy was also a transactional real estate attorney with McDonough Holland & Allen PC from 2000 to 2006. Prior to that, she was an investment officer for the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS). In that capacity, she was responsible for investing $1.8 billion in real estate assets, formulating policy and investment strategies, and negotiating and restructuring several major contracts for more than $1 billion in timber assets. Additionally, she started her career with more than 10 years of experience as a commercial real estate lender for several community banks.
 
Nancy is very involved in the Sacramento community as a volunteer leader for both Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts. For several years she has been a mentor/leader at Camp CEO, the Bay Area Girl Scouts’ camp for at-risk girls. She is a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent peer review rated attorney. Nancy is admitted to practice law in the State of California.
 
Education

  • University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, J.D.
  • California State University, Sacramento, B.S., Business Administration/Finance


Awards

  • CREW-Sacramento Champion of Excellence Award, 2014
  • Northern California Real Estate Woman of Influence, 2013
  • CREW-Sacramento as a Woman of Impact, 2008
  • CREW-National Networking Award Winner, 2001
  • CREW-Member of the Year, 2001


Memberships

  • Urban Land Institute, Women's Leadership Initiative Co-Chair
  • Lambda Alpha International, President
  • Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW)-Sacramento
  • Sacramento County Farm Bureau
  • Sacramento County Bar Association


Community Involvement

  • Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts (Volunteer Leader)
Best in Law: Holy Smoke! Smoking Cannabis at Private Business Events
Authored Articles & Publications Apr 22, 2019

Best in Law: Holy Smoke! Smoking Cannabis at Private Business Events

BB&K Attorneys Nancy Park and Ashley Zambrano Discuss When you Can, and Can’t, Light Up

New California Energy Use Disclosure Program for Commercial and Multifamily Buildings Approved
Legal Alerts Nov 09, 2015

New California Energy Use Disclosure Program for Commercial and Multifamily Buildings Approved

Current Disclosure Requirements for Building Owners and Tenants Repealed

  • “Business Owners: Don’t Get Stung by Buried Obligations in Lease Agreements,” Riverside Press-Enterprise, Dec. 3, 2013
  • “Developing a Municipal Real Estate Management Strategy,” BB&K Legal Alert, May 17, 2012
  • “Managing Municipal Real Estate Assets Post-Redevelopment,” BB&K Legal Alert, May 2, 2012

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