Real Estate Developer – Family Limited Partnership
Represented a family office in establishing a family limited partnership.
Represented a family office in establishing a family limited partnership.
Represented a private lender on a $32 million construction loan to facilitate the development of a new, mixed-use building in the Lower East Side neighborhood of Manhattan.
Represented Centennial Bank in the $120 million construction loan for property located at 400 Biscayne Boulevard in Miami.The planned development includes a 49-story tower with 646 luxury rental apartments, 51,000 square feet of commercial space and a 22,000 square foot church for the First United Methodist Church of Miami.
Represented the not-for-profit owner of the New Yorker Hotel in connection with a mortgage loan, including seeking Court and New York State Attorney General approval of same.
Represented F&T Group in the financing, development, construction of the Tangram development, an approximately 1.2 million square foot mixed use project Flushing, Queens. Herrick assisted in the $230 million inventory loan filing as well as in the filing of a condominium offering plan for a 48-unit office building at 37-12 Prince Street and a 192-unit residential building at 133-27 39th Avenue in Flushing, Queens.
Represented DH Property Holdings LLC in the construction loan and mezzanine loan financing for a distribution center in Brooklyn, New York.
Represented R Squared LLC in a mortgage loan from Dime Community Bank. The proceeds of the loan were used to refinance leasehold mortgage loans on two industrial properties located at 200 and 220 Roger’s Way in Westhampton Beach, NY.
Represented a joint venture consisting of Risland U.S. Holdings, LLC (a U.S. subsidiary of a multi-billion dollar publicly traded international developer) and a group of local developers in a $502 million loan for the construction of a new 67-story condominium building in Long Island City. This transaction stands as the largest condo construction loan in Queens and the building, rising to 984 feet with 802 units, will be the tallest building in the borough.
Represented Rabina Properties in the acquisition, financing, joint venture, restructuring and recapitalization of the vacant development parcel located at 520 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. The development is initially projected to include an 800 foot tall tower on the corner of East 43rd Street and Fifth Avenue.
Represented RXR in the $103 million permanent financing of Phase I of Atlantic Station, a mixed-use project in Stamford, Connecticut with 325 residential units and 20,000 square-feet of retail space.
Represented Rabina Properties in the financing and development of an 855,000 square-foot fulfillment center for Amazon in North Haven, CT.
Represented Kiska Construction in a $42 million financing of an assemblage in Manhattan.
Herrick represented an affiliate of FBE Limited and Treetop Development in the restructuring of the ownership and refinancing of a building located at 1600 Sedgwick Avenue in the Bronx.
Represented affiliates of Migdal Insurance Company Ltd. in the negotiation of joint venture arrangements with affiliates of Silverstein Properties and the Arden Group in connection with a REIT investment resulting in the purchase of a 49% indirect ownership interest in a 1.3 million square foot office building in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Represented R Squared in connection with refinancing of two industrial property portfolios consisting of 13 warehouse and industrial buildings in Suffolk County, New York.
Represented L+M Development Partners in a $350+ million financing transaction for the construction and development of a 45-story mixed-use condominium building at 25 Park Row in lower Manhattan. The site is the former headquarters of J&R Music World.
Represented the Community Preservation Corporation as the equity provider in the $500+ million renovation of 16 New York City Housing Authority buildings in Manhattan. NYCHA is partnering with the Community Preservation Corporation, Community Development Trust, Monadnock Development LLC, Lemor Development Group, Kalel Holdings LLC and the Community League of the Heights on the acquisition of a ground lease and massive renovation of 1,700 apartments. The upgrades come as part of the “NYCHA 2.0” initiative. This investment is in keeping with the Community Preservation Corporation’s mission of maintaining and providing affordable housing.
Represented the owners of the Woolworth Building, the Schron family and The Witkoff Group, in the modification and extension of a mortgage loan and a mezzanine loan for the property.
Represented Mizuho Corporate Bank in a complex refinancing of approximately $1 billion in mortgage debt encumbering 650 Madison Avenue and 150 East 42nd Street in New York, and 20 North Clark Street in Chicago.
Represented a joint venture between two major real estate companies in its $380 million acquisition and financing of 52 apartment complexes in 14 states.
Representing U-Haul International in a wide range of real estate financings, secured by properties in New York and New Jersey.
Represented Centennial Bank in a $62 million construction loan to be used for the development of approximately 141,500 square feet in retail space, 59,700 square feet in commercial space and a 716-space above-ground parking structure located in Denver, Colorado.
Represented a major national bank in a $335.7 million mortgage loan to a Connecticut based commercial real estate company.
Represented the owner of the office condominium portion of the Woolworth Building, a joint venture between the Schron family and Steve Witkoff, in a $320 million refinancing from Blackstone.
Represented a joint venture between two major real estate companies in its $315 million acquisition and financing of a 43-property portfolio of office and commercial buildings in Long Island, New York.
Represented a major bank in a $300 million mortgage loan, secured by a mortgage of commercial condominium units in Norwalk, Connecticut.
Represented one of Florida’s largest condominium developers in a $300 million construction loan facility for eight condominium projects together with a corporate restructuring and a simultaneous $90 million buyout of a major joint venture partner.
Represented an investment bank in syndicating a $250 million construction loan originally held as a portfolio loan, and in converting a portion of the loan to mezzanine financing.
Represented Greystar Real Estate Partners in the $211 million acquisition and mortgage financing of a 204-unit multifamily building in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood.
Represented Rabina Properties in the $175 million purchase and financing of a 640,000 square-foot office building in Charlotte, North Carolina's downtown business district.
Represented a major U.S. investment bank in a $156 million senior construction financing of a hotel condominium resort in Telluride, Colorado.
Represented affiliates of MAXX Properties in their $116 million refinancing of a portfolio of six multifamily properties located in Colorado. The refinancing was insured by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Represented HSA-UWC and New Yorker Hotel Management Co. Inc. in a $110 million financing for 481 8th Avenue, a mixed-use project consisting of the iconic New Yorker Hotel, office and retail.
Represented the developer in a $108 million construction loan from Bank of the Ozarks for 615 10th Avenue — a former gas station to be converted to a seven-story, mixed-use property.
Represented Rabina Properties in a joint venture with Related Group, on a $105 million construction loan from SunTrust Bank. A Perella Weinberg Partners fund, which is also part of the joint venture, also provided equity to be used in connection with a residential development in the Las Olas section of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Represented Bank Leumi USA in a $90M construction loan to a subsidiary of ASRR Capital Ltd., a publicly-traded Israeli company, for the development of a 12-story luxury condominium tower in Surfside, Florida.
Represented Centennial Bank in a $90 million construction loan for a luxury residential development on Biscayne Boulevard in Miami.
Represented FBE Limited LLC in the $84 million acquisition and financing of 1600 Sedgwick Avenue in the Bronx, a HUD-subsidized low income housing property.
Represented an Israeli insurance company in the purchase of loan participations in several construction facilities and permanent mortgage loans totaling in excess of $150 million.
Represented Essex Capital in a take-out refinancing from Investors Bank secured by a newly constructed multifamily apartment building in Ridgewood, New York.
Represented an affiliate of LargaVista Companies in the $18 million acquisition from Zand Development, LLC of 29-00 Queens Plaza East (at the corner of Northern Blvd. & Queens Blvd.), Long Island City, NYC. Our work included a 1031 Exchange, financing, and is part of LargaVista's assemblage for future residential development.
Represented a developer in forming and capitalizing a purchaser, and in the $60 million acquisition and leasehold financing of a master lease of the retail space at 1657 Broadway, Manhattan.
Represent a joint venture between Marathon Real Estate Opportunity Fund and senior Reckson executives in six separate transactions in the multi-billion dollar merger between SL Green and Reckson Associates Realty Corp., including an asset acquisition, the formation of a joint venture, two acquisition financings, an asset sale, and a mezzanine financing.
Assisted Deutsche Bank in the closing of a $150+ million loan for 1-15 West End Avenue, a residential tower in the Riverside South complex on Manhattan's Upper West Side.
Represented affiliates of R Squared LLC in the acquisition and financing of the final piece of the former Island Hills Golf Club located in Sayville, New York. R Squared plans to develop luxury rental apartments at the property under its Greybarn brand.
Represented Bank Hapoalim in a mortgage loan to an affiliate of Hidrock Realty, made in connection with Hidrock’s acquisition of 32 Fifth Avenue in Brooklyn, NY.
Represented Bank Leumi in its $210 million mortgage financing to a joint venture between Israel-based IDB Holding Corp. and Midtown Holdings, for the purchase of the HSBC Tower located at 452 Fifth Avenue.
Represented The Lightstone Group in the permanent financing of its residential development in Long Island City.
Represented The Witkoff Group in its purchase of the Random House headquarters at 1745 Broadway and in the closing of $340 million in loans.
Represented Centennial Bank in two complex acquisition loans to affiliates of Extell Development Company. Extell, which owned a 40-acre site in Deer Valley, Utah, acquired two parcels of land totaling 2,500+ acres for future development as a hotel/condominium/ski resort.