Megan Meyer joins Port as Real Estate Counsel

Port Authority adds Megan Meyer as Real Estate Counsel

The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority is pleased to announce the addition of Megan Meyer as Real Estate Counsel. Megan is experienced in all aspects of real estate and business transaction law. Her four years of experience practicing real estate law combined with her keen interest in strengthening Cincinnati communities shapes her work at the Port Authority, an economic development agency dedicated to increasing regional prosperity through transformational real estate and community redevelopment initiatives.

Megan most recently served as associate at Stagnaro, Saba & Patterson Co., L.P.A. in Cincinnati, where she focused on real estate and business transaction law. Experienced in real estate purchases, sales, leases, permanent and construction loans, 1031 exchanges, loan modifications and tax exemptions, Megan was an active member of the firm’s real estate group that represents owners, lenders, investors, developers and entrepreneurs in all phases of ownership and development.

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“Megan is an outstanding addition to our legal team,” according to Susan Thomas, Port Authority Vice President. “She has an astute knowledge of real estate transactions and urban land use policy as well as a passion for vibrant communities. Her assistance in refining land banking practice and policy that supports re-invigorating residential markets is key to our work in Hamilton County neighborhoods.”

The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority was formed in 2000 to stimulate growth of the regional economy. The Port Authority is an economic development force, partnering with the City of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, focusing on reutilization and redevelopment of property through catalytic investment. For additional information, please visit