Stephanie Zirpoli

Stephanie A. Zirpoli


Stephanie A. Zirpoli's practice encompasses all aspects of real estate transactional work, with a focus on development and leasing matters. Stephanie regularly advises clients with respect to the acquisition (fee and ground lease), disposition, development, management, and leasing of single-use and mixed-use retail, laboratory, industrial, office, residential, and hotel properties (single-property and multi-property, multistate transactions). A large part of Stephanie's practice is devoted to the representation of commercial landlords and tenants in the ground and space leasing of office, laboratory, retail, and industrial properties.

Stephanie also has significant experience in real estate finance work, including the origination of, and the representation of borrowers in connection with, construction and term loans and the acquisition and disposition of various forms of debt, including whole loans (mortgage and mezzanine), B notes, participation interests, and syndication interests. Stephanie represents lenders in refinancings, workouts, modifications, receiverships, foreclosures, and deeds in lieu of foreclosure.

Professional Highlights

Speaking Engagements

Presenter, "Commercial Real Estate Documents: Negotiating and Drafting for Optimal Results," Pennsylvania Bar Institute, February 11, 2016.

Moderator, "Navigating New and Revised Title Endorsements in Pennsylvania," Ballard Spahr breakfast briefing, May 16, 2013

Presenter, "The Nuts and Bolts of Retail Leases – Percentage Rent," American Bar Association Leasing Group Call, February 22, 2012

Faculty, "Commercial Real Estate Closings for Paralegals," Institute for Paralegal Education, April 29, 2008


Author, "Mortgage Banking Update", Getting In: Preparation and Delivery of Leased Premises, June 14, 2013

Co-author, "Strategies for Increasing Development Flexibility in Troubled Times," Retail Law Strategist, September 2010



University of Pennsylvania Law School (J.D. 2002)
Associate Editor, University of Pennsylvania Law School Journal of International Economic Law

Boston University (B.A., magna cum laude, 1999)


New York