Hal Gill is a member of the firm's Real Estate Service Group in the Atlanta and Nashville offices. For more than 30 years, Hal has developed a multifaceted real estate practice with four distinct concentrations: lending, development, condominiums and hospitality. Hal represents many local, regional and national banks throughout Georgia, Tennessee and the Southeast in closing loans secured by commercial real estate. He represents developers of retail, mixed-use, hotel and condominium projects throughout the United States. He has had extensive experience with the closing and subsequent development of large land assemblages for mixed-use projects. He also has experience in documenting condominium regimes for office parks, lofts, historic buildings and mixed-use developments with multiple associations. Additionally, he has been involved in numerous hotel closings throughout the United States and in a variety of matters involving the development, sales and leasing of resort hotel-condominiums.
Hal also routinely represents lenders in the negotiation, documentation and closing of revolving credit facilities and term loans secured by the business assets of corporate borrowers. In addition, Hal represents a variety of companies and individuals across many industry sectors.
Office Executive Member - Atlanta
Highlands Presbyterian Church, Diaconate and various committees
Gate City Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons #2 (Atlanta), Treasurer
Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, Alumni Advisory Board Member
Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Fellow
Clan Campbell Society (North America), Georgia Deputy Commissioner
In addition to working at several prestigious Atlanta law firms, Hal's career also included four years as Atlanta Regional Partner of RealtiCorp Commercial Investment Fund. Hal has been actively involved in a variety of civic, charitable and church activities, including: Presbyterian deacon and elder, youth sports coach and member of various school booster clubs. He is a past board member of the Gwinnett YMCA. Hal is a seventh-generation native of Woodbury, Georgia. He is an avid fan of the Georgia Bulldogs and is passionate about all aspects of Scottish and Irish history, culture and music. He is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, serves as Georgia Deputy Commissioner of the Clan Campbell Society (North America), and participates in Scottish Highland festivals whenever possible.
Martindale-Hubbell® AV-Preeminent® Peer Review Rated
Georgia Trend Legal Elite, Business Law (2013)