Steve Greenhut serves as the Deputy General Counsel at Bridge Investment Group and is the primary legal counsel for Bridge’s Office Division. He has more than 20 years of experience representing real estate developers, purchasers, sellers, landlords and tenants in the purchase, sale, entitlement and leasing of various commercial properties, ranging from raw land to large office tower portfolios, and has helped clients with the sale, purchase and leasing of billions of dollars’ worth of real property. Prior to joining Bridge, Steve was an equity partner with regional law firm of Balch & Bingham, LLP, where he served as outside counsel to Bridge, as well as various other real estate clients, and was the firm’s managing partner of the Jacksonville, Florida office. From January 2003 through September 2013, Steve was an equity partner at two smaller regional law firms, where his practice focused solely on commercial real estate. Prior to this time, Steve was an associate at the law firms of Mahoney Adams, then one of the oldest law firms in the State of Florida, and McGuire Woods, a large national law firm, where he focused on both litigation and commercial real estate.
Steve graduated from the University of Central Florida in 1985 with a degree in Business Administration. After serving 7 years in the Army and obtaining the rank of Captain, Steve attended law school at the University of Florida where he obtained his juris doctorate in 1995. While serving in the Army, Steve also obtained a Master of Business Administration from Pacific Lutheran University. Steve is a member of the Florida Bar Association and has been selected to Best Lawyers in America since 2011.