We approach each transaction on behalf of both our borrower and lender clients with a fresh outlook while relying on our extensive experience to identify the best and most efficient manner by which to structure, negotiate, draft and close the particular loans.
We have experience with transactions across the United States that involve commercial properties; industrial complexes; local and regional shopping centers; office buildings and parks; hotels and resorts; time-share resorts; multifamily residential developments, including cooperatives, condominiums, affordable housing; and nursing home and health care facilities. The collateral securing these loans may include fee, leasehold, and ground leases.
Robinson+Cole also has significant experience in the representation of lenders providing financing for low- and moderate-income housing and related community development transactions. We are involved in structuring affordable housing transactions utilizing federal, state, and local subsidy and incentive programs, including low-income housing tax credits, and we maintain strong working relationships with governmental housing authorities nationwide. Our lawyers are committed to helping clients meet their affordable housing lending objectives and fulfill their obligations under the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA).
Representation of CMBS lender in connection with the $8 million financing of a 5 property cross-collateral pool of mixed use properties in Chicago, Illinois.
Representation of CMBS lender in connection with the $4.7 million financing of a portfolio of self-storage properties in Massachusetts.
Represented a Fortune 500 company in connection with the due diligence, permitting, remediation, and construction of a $280 million pharmaceutical facility on a waterfront and coastal brownfield.
Retained to complete title aspects for the acquisition of existing purchase by various entities, and closing a $20 million-plus loan transaction for Southport on Cape Cod.
Representation of the Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) in the documentation, negotiation, due diligence and closing of consecutive construction-to-permanent loans in Hartford, Connecticut.