Kate Hauber Named to Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame
Stinson Leonard Street attorney Kate Hauber was recently named to the Midwest Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame by the Midwest Real Estate News . Each year, the publication highlights real estate professionals from around the region who have made significant contributions to the real estate industry and their communities. She joins a group of accomplished brokers, developers, contractors, lenders and architects on this year’s list. In addition, Hauber is the third Stinson Leonard Street attorney to be named to the Hall of Fame.
Hauber is a partner in the firm’s Kansas City Office. She represents clients in sales, acquisitions, financing and development of commercial real estate in the hospitality, entertainment and leisure, charter and private schools, ready-mix and cement manufacturing and grain storage and other specialty industries. She has helped clients secure commercial financing and leasing for theaters, resorts, charter and private schools, vineyards, office, retail and industrial properties. She provides legal counsel to land trusts as well as to clients in the grant of conservation easements.
Hauber is a member and past president of the Board of Directors of the Kansas Land Trust and is a member of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers. She is also a member of the Board of Directors of Lutheran Campus Ministry at Kansas University and of the church council of Immanuel Lutheran Church. She was a mayoral appointee to the Homelessness Task Force of Greater Kansas City.
About Stinson Leonard Street
Stinson Leonard Street LLP provides sophisticated transactional and litigation services to clients ranging from individuals and privately held enterprises to national and international public companies. One of the 75 largest law firms in the U.S., Stinson Leonard Street has more than 520 attorneys and offices in 14 cities, including Minneapolis, Mankato and St. Cloud, Minn.; Kansas City, St. Louis and Jefferson City, Mo.; Phoenix, Ariz.; Denver, Colo.; Washington, DC; Decatur, Ill.; Wichita and Overland Park, Kans.; Omaha, Neb.; and Bismarck, N.D.