Lynn Goessling Joins Armstrong Teasdale in St. Louis
Armstrong Teasdale announces the addition of Partner Lynn T. Goessling to the firm’s Financial and Real Estate Services practice group. Goessling, who has more than two decades of experience in commercial real estate and business law, is one of 48 attorneys and staff who have joined the firm in 2020.
Goessling represents a diverse range of clients, from developers and landowners to privately held businesses and public companies. Active in all sectors of the commercial real estate industry – including office, industrial development , health care and life sciences, retail and restaurants, hospitality, senior care and rehabilitation facilities, and multifamily housing – Goessling is often called upon to counsel clients through acquisitions and dispositions, easements, leasing, sales, complex title issues, land development matters and projects involving economic development and municipal or special financing incentives, including tax abatement, tax increment financing (TIF) and various development districts. Her experience also extends to construction, utility infrastructure, zoning and environmental remediation.
Having represented both tenants and landlords, Goessling has a unique perspective in guiding real estate clients in honing their vision and achieving strategic goals. As such, she has extensive experience negotiating multimillion-dollar build-to-suit and design-build leases.
Goessling employs a thorough and intentional approach to representations, working alongside attorneys across practice areas and other service professionals, including brokers, lenders, accountants and construction/facility managers, to provide her clients with comprehensive, creative solutions. Based on her broad experience in areas ranging from employment law to real estate underwriting, Goessling has skillfully served as outside general counsel and built seamless cross-discipline teams to serve her clients’ diverse legal needs.
She also has niche experience buying, selling and managing commercial condominiums, as well as representing cellular tower owner-operators in real estate development matters.
Goessling will be based in the firm’s St. Louis office.