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Represented Leading Producer of Golf Equipment and Apparel in Sale of Business Transaction

Represented Sun Mountain Sports, Inc. ("Sun Mountain"),  a leading producer of golf equipment and apparel, in a sale of business transaction to a private investment firm, Solace Capital Partners.  

Founded in 1981, Sun Mountain is a pioneer in the golf industry known for its best-in-class brand and many innovations in golf bags, push carts, and outerwear. Sun Mountain’s products are sold in national retail stores, specialty golf stores, and pro shops, as well as online and internationally. The sale did not include Sun Mountain Motor Sports, which produces motorized golf cars under the Finn Scooters brand.  

Three Ocean Partners served as financial advisor to Sun Mountain. 

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Community Preservation Corporation & Xenolith Partners – Affordable and Transition Housing Development – Brooklyn

Represented Community Preservation Corporation in connection with a joint venture with Xenolith Partners LLC, a certified minority- and women-owned business enterprise (M/WBE) company, and the construction financing to develop “The Rise” located at 1366 East New York Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. Under the Vital Brooklyn Initiative, “The Rise” will consist of 72 supportive and affordable housing units; approximately 7,000 square feet of community facility space; 3,000 square feet of administrative space for One Brooklyn Health System (OBHS); 5 parking spaces; and a 10,000+ square foot rooftop green space. Supportive services for building residents will be provided by Women's Prison Association and Home (WPA) and the Osborne Association, who will also offer services to eligible members of the community, including case management, job-readiness training and job placement, legal assistance and support groups for re-entry transition and the development of social and wellness skills.

MAG Partners – South Baltimore Port Covington

Herrick represented MAG Partners in connection with a multi-faceted transaction with MacFarlane Partners, Sagamore Ventures and investment partner Goldman Sachs for the development of a megaproject in South Baltimore’s Port Covington. The $5.5 billion development project spans 235 acres along Cromwell Street; includes up to 14 million square feet of shops, restaurants, office space and housing; and 40 acres of parks across 45 new city blocks. The transaction involved several joint venture agreements, development services agreements, employment agreements and other documentation. MAG and MacFarlane are taking the reins from Weller Development Co. for leasing, marketing and "placemaking" campaigns for the current $500 million, 1.1 million-square-foot phase, and will lead all future development outside that initial phase.

Bowery Residents’ Committee – Joint Venture for NYC Affordable Housing

Represented Bowery Residents' Committee in connection with its joint venture with Camber Property Group to develop an affordable housing project comprising supportive housing and transitional housing in Queens, NY. The transaction involved construction financing for each of the supportive housing development and transitional housing development.