Eight Washington Street
Beverly, MA • 01915
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Miranda P. Gooding
Miranda P. Gooding

Miranda concentrates her practice in real estate law. She represents developers, lenders and non-profit organizations in complex commercial lending transactions, zoning and land use permitting, acquisitions and sales, leasing and condominium conversions and formation. She also represents individuals and lenders in residential real estate transactions.

Miranda lives in Beverly where she has been actively involved in the community, having formerly served as a Beverly City Councilor, chair of the Beverly Harbor Management Authority and co-President of Beverly Main Streets. She serves on the Board of Trustees for Montserrat College of Art, the Board of Directors of Beverly Main Streets and on the Advisory Board of The Women's Fund of Essex County. She also volunteers for the Essex County Greenbelt Association.

Education
Dartmouth College, A.B., Cum Laude, 1986
Boston College Law School, J.D., Cum Laude, 1991

Memberships & Affiliations
Beverly Main Streets, Board Member
Montserrat College of Art, Board Member
The Women's Fund of Essex County, Board Member
Beverly Children's Learning Center, past Board Member
Beverly City Councilor (2006-07)
Beverly Harbor Management Authority (2006-10)
Ipswich Zoning Board of Appeals (1996-99)
The Real Estate Bar for Massachusetts
North Shore and Beverly Chambers of Commerce

Practice Areas
Commercial and Residential Real Estate, Zoning and Land Use Law

Contact
Email: mgooding@glovskyx2.com
Telephone: 978.720.3122

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