Matters

Joint Venture for Mixed Use Development – Manhattan

Represented a joint venture comprised of a prominent real estate development company and a global holding company in connection with the development of a 23-story mixed-use building in the Midtown East neighborhood of Manhattan. This representation has included, among other aspects, representing the joint venture as borrower in connection with a $95 million construction loan, as well as representing the joint venture in connection with the initial acquisition and financing of the development site and related unused development rights from a neighboring property through zoning lot merger.   

Joint Venture for Mixed-Use Development – Chelsea, Manhattan

Represented a joint venture comprised of a prominent real estate development company and a global holding company, as borrower, in connection with a construction loan to facilitate the development of a 7-story mixed-use building in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan.     

KPR Centers – $180 Million Multi-State Retail Portfolio

Represented KPR Centers in connection with acquiring a $180 million multi-state portfolio of eight shopping centers through a joint venture structure. The portfolio includes retail centers in Florida, Wisconsin and Missouri, comprising more than 1.5 million square feet of space. Cumulatively 96 percent leased at the time of the acquisition, the portfolio is a combination of grocery-anchored and power centers.

Wythe Berry Fee Owner LLC – Debtor in Chapter 11

Representing debtor in chapter 11 proceeding involving the William Vale Hotel, a luxury hotel in Brooklyn. The Court issued opinions confirming the Chapter 11 plan of reorganization. This favorable ruling cleared the way for Herrick’s client to complete the sale of the hotel.