Edward Thrasher


Email: ethrasher@kandrlaw.com
Phone: (610) 688-2855 ext. 222
Fax: (610) 688-2912
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Practice Groups:
Real Estate & Transactional, Business

Ed is an Associate Attorney at Kurtz & Revness, P.C. Ed joined the firm in 2021 following four years at a boutique law firm and three years as in-house counsel for a publicly traded REIT. Ed’s clients include publicly traded companies, private companies, small businesses and high net-worth individuals, which he represents in a range of real estate and corporate matters such as acquisitions and dispositions, entity formation and corporate structuring, financing, leasing, management, redevelopment, and the negotiation of related commercial contracts, with a focus on retail, office, life science and medical use leasing representing both landlords and tenants. Ed’s recent accomplishments include counseling clients in connection with the sale of a 100 million dollar multi-family portfolio, the acquisition of several data centers and successful lease negotiations with national anchor, junior anchor, outparcel and inline retail tenants as part of a shopping center redevelopment, a 13,000 sq. ft. single-tenant medical office use building and a 10,000 sq. ft. life science office and laboratory.

Ed graduated from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law in 2013, where he also served as a law review articles editor and contributor. He was a recipient of Temple’s Honorable Raymond J. Broderick Constitutional Law Scholarship. He earned his undergraduate degree from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA. In 2014, Ed finished a judicial fellowship in the Commerce Division of the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania under the Hon. Patricia  A. McInerney (Ret.).

Ed is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and had the opportunity to present at the 2020 Real Estate Institute on the role of the real estate attorney in redevelopment projects.

Ed is originally from Washington D.C., and has lived in Pennsylvania since 2005. When not working, Ed enjoys spending time with family, reading, writing and exploring the city of Lancaster where he now lives with his wife and two children.

James Madison University
Temple University’s Beasley School of Law
New Jersey