Todd Eisner focuses his practice on all aspects of real estate transactions, such as sales, ground leasing, acquisitions, borrower-side financings, joint ventures and development projects on a national basis. He handles complex transactions often involving large portfolios and major players. Todd is well-known in the real estate industry as both a business lawyer who “gets the deal done” as well as having highly proficient technical skills. His knowledge of under-performing real estate also makes him a frequent partner for investors and developers navigating workouts and restructurings, and purchasing, selling or repositioning the capital stacks of distressed entities or properties. Todd also has extensive experience handling all aspects of hotel acquisitions and dispositions, and has been lead counsel on numerous hotel portfolio transactions.
Represented an investment fund manager and two developer partners in the acquisition, financing and joint venture structuring of a hotel and retail project for approximately $110 million and the subsequent vertical subdivision, management restructuring, development and disposition of that project*
Represented a publicly traded REIT in the acquisition, financing and joint venture structuring of approximately 100 hotels throughout the US valued in excess of $1 billion*
Represented an investment fund manager and a national developer in the negotiation and restructuring of a ground lease and fee-owned properties for a major retail, office and public transportation project*
Represented a national developer in the joint venture structuring with the investment office of a foreign government for the acquisition of a portfolio of properties for approximately $200 million*
Represented two investment fund managers and a national developer in the acquisition, financing, joint venture structuring and ultimate disposition of a major retail and entertainment complex valued at approximately $100 million*
Represented the owners of an approximately 5 million square foot multi-use project located in New York City involving approximately 25 buildings valued at over $1 billion in numerous capital transactions including the obtaining of mortgage and mezzanine debt, joint venture matters and acquisition transactions*
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