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Foley Hoag LLP Represents Honest Buildings in $13M Series B Financing

Foley Hoag recently represented leading real estate technology company Honest Buildings in its $13 million Series B financing led by commercial real estate company Brookfield Property Partners LP. 

New York City-based Honest Buildings is the only project management platform built specifically for real estate owners and offers a centralized database to streamline project management processes and approvals, increase revenue through faster project delivery, reduce project costs and make data-driven decisions portfolio wide. Honest Buildings will use the funds to further establish its platform as an industry-leading standard for large property owners needing greater transparency into capital and construction projects.

Foley Hoag attorneys Mark Haddad, Jonathan Romiti and David Eklund represented Honest Buildings in the matter.