Marc A. Centor

Partner

Marc Centor advises clients regarding a variety of real estate, land use, transportation, and general commercial matters.

Marc has significant experience guiding clients through real estate and transactional matters from corporate formation to operations, contract negotiations, and regulatory compliance. As part of his transportation regulatory practice, he also counsels private and public companies regarding regulatory aspects of mergers, acquisitions, and other investments. Marc is also an adept litigator in both state and federal courts.


Professional, Community And Pro Bono Involvement

  • San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR), Member and past Member of the Project Review Committee
  • Urban Land Institute, Development 360, Mentor Program, Next Cohort Program
  • NAIOP, San Francisco Bay Area Chapter
  • Transportation Lawyers Association
  • Bar Association of San Francisco, Real Property Law Section
  • California Lawyers Association, Real Property Law Section
  • Pro bono attorney assisting low-income and underserved communities through the San Francisco Bar Association’s Community Organization Representation Project (CORP)
  • Transportation Lawyers Association, Member, 2021
  • Advised Olympus Partners regarding acquisitions of liquid bulk carriers Heniff Transportation Systems and Superior Bulk Logistics.
  • Counseled York Capital Management regarding regulatory aspects related to the acquisition of third-party logistics provider Mode Transportation Services and post-closing compliance.
  • Advised a New York private equity sponsor regarding California Transportation Network Company (“TNC”) issues related to its investment in Uber.
  • Counseled The Carlyle Group regarding the acquisition of United Road Services.
  • Advised Abry Partners regarding the acquisition of SambaSafety.
  • Guided a private equity sponsor seeking to acquire an Alabama motor carrier.
  • Counseled California municipalities and private property owners regarding real property and maritime issues.
  • Advised non-profit corporations regarding real estate, exemption, and operational issues.

Announcements

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Publications

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  • 2014
    Navigating The Nuances Of Developing San Francisco’s Waterfront
  • 2016
    Getting the Deal Through – Ports and Terminals in the United States

Marc appreciates the finer things in life, most notably music, basketball, and the outdoors. In his free time, you might find him exploring one of California’s many parks with friends or family.


Professional, Community And Pro Bono Involvement

  • San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR), Member and past Member of the Project Review Committee
  • Urban Land Institute, Development 360, Mentor Program, Next Cohort Program
  • NAIOP, San Francisco Bay Area Chapter
  • Transportation Lawyers Association
  • Bar Association of San Francisco, Real Property Law Section
  • California Lawyers Association, Real Property Law Section
  • Pro bono attorney assisting low-income and underserved communities through the San Francisco Bar Association’s Community Organization Representation Project (CORP)
  • Transportation Lawyers Association, Member, 2021