Latham’s REIT team has worked on many of the most prominent initial public offerings (IPOs) in the US. Most recently, Latham handled IPOs for:
- American Homes 4 Rent
- CyrusOne Inc.
- InfraREIT, Inc.
- Rexford Industrial Realty, Inc.
In prior years, Latham's IPO experience included the listing for:
- American Assets Trust, Inc.
- Apollo Commercial Real Estate Finance, Inc.
- Apollo Residential Mortgage, Inc.
- BioMed Realty Trust, Inc.
- Chatham Lodging Trust
- CoreSite Realty Corporation
- Digital Realty Trust, Inc.
- Douglas Emmett Company
- Excel Trust, Inc.
- Hudson Pacific Properties, Inc.
- Kilroy Realty Corporation
- MPG Office Trust, Inc. (formerly Maguire)
- Spirit Realty Capital, Inc.
- Tanger Factory Outlet Centers, Inc., and many others
In the mergers and acquisitions area, Latham has most recently represented:
- BioMed Realty Trust, Inc. in its US$672 million acquisition of Wexford Science & Technology
- BRE Properties in its US$16.2 billion merger with Essex Property Trust, Inc., creating the only publicly traded West Coast pure play multifamily REIT
- J.P. Morgan in connection with the merger of Mid-America Apartment Communities (MAA) and Colonial Properties Trust with a transaction value of US$8.6 billion
- InvenTrust Properties Corp. (formerly known as Inland American Real Estate Trust, Inc.) in the spin-off and listing of InvenTrust Properties' premium lodging business, Xenia Hotels & Resorts, Inc., the US$1.1 billion sale of InvenTrust Properties' select service hotel portfolio and the US$1.9 billion sale of InvenTrust Properties' core triple net lease assets to AR Capital
- MPG Office Trust, Inc. in its merger with an affiliate of Brookfield, with a transaction value of US$2.3 billion
- Realty Income Corporation in its US$2.9 billion acquisition of American Realty Capital Trust, a transaction that was reflected as a “Big Deal” by The American Lawyer
- Special committee of independent directors of Griffin-American Healthcare REIT II in its US$4 billion acquisition by NorthStar Realty Finance Corp.
- Spirit Realty Capital, Inc. in its US$7.4 billion merger with Cole Credit Property Trust II, creating the second largest publicly traded triple-net-lease REIT in the United States