Dino Fazlibegu represents investment banks, insurance companies, hedge funds and other financial institutions in complex real estate finance transactions. He has in-depth experience in hotel, retail, office, multifamily and industrial real estate. Dino’s work ranges from single-asset financings to highly structured portfolio transactions involving multiple lenders and hundreds of properties.
Dino handles all types of loan originations, including mortgage loans for securitization, mezzanine loans, bridge loans, construction loans and credit facilities. He also represented portfolio lenders and special servicers of securitized loans during the recession in numerous workouts and restructurings of secured debt transactions. Additionally, Dino represents clients in transactions involving the issuance of debt through the use of trust preferred securities and subordinated note structures.
Represented a lender in financing the acquisition of a portfolio of skilled nursing facilities located in Pennsylvania, which included accounts receivable financing and intercreditor arrangements
Represented a major life insurance company as co-lender in an aggregate $1 billion loan that was secured by approximately 87 shopping centers containing “Market Basket” supermarkets in three states*
Represented an investment back and a REIT, as co-lenders, in the origination of an aggregate $1 billion mortgage loan by implementing an A/B note structure in financing the acquisition of a portfolio of 289 multifamily properties located in 10 states and the subsequent refinancing of such loan*
Represented an investment bank in the origination of an $805 million loan allocated between a mortgage loan and several layers of mezzanine loans for the acquisition, redevelopment and condominium conversion of an office building in New York City*
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