Representative Matters

Leasing: 

  • A global biopharmaceutical company in the lease negotiation for its research and development laboratory space in California
  • A carrier company in the lease negotiation for the office and warehouse space in Maryland
  • A multi-national biotech company in the lease negotiation for 80,000 rentable square feet of space for its warehouse and manufacturing use, including logistics, production and laboratory in Virginia
  • A global technology company in connection with its US headquarter office lease in Virginia
  • A regional real estate investment and management company in leasing work and development work for a 510,000 square foot shopping center located in South Carolina
  • A publicly traded company in the lease review of its convenience store chain acquisition. 
  • A food hall development and management company in lease drafting and negotiation for its restaurants in Washington DC and Tennessee
  • An artificial intelligence company in the lease negotiation of its office space in Pennsylvania
  • A global data intelligence company in the lease negotiation for its office space in Washington DC

Technology: 

  • A blockchain technology company in connection with its blockchain-based real estate tokenization platform
  • A technology company in its fund-raising via distributed ledger and tokenization of real estate and trading
  • A global provider of data center services in connection with the drafting and negotiation of a 15-year lease for data center services provided to a multinational technology company in a deal valued at $600 million
  • A global provider of data center services in connection with a long-term data center services agreement

Acquisitions and Dispositions:

  • A real estate investment company in the sale of 37.5 acres of land and related infrastructure as well as development matters in Virginia
  • An alternative asset management firm in the purchase of a full-service FBO, including the review of airport ground leases, tenant leases and hangar leases
  • A joint venture in the sale of a trophy mixed-use 350,000 square foot residential and retail property in Maryland
  • An Asian real estate investment company in the acquisition of controlling interests in the entity that owns a high-end mixed-use condominium property in New York City
  • A European company in the purchase of a trophy office building in Maryland
  • A private equity firm in the acquisition of self-storage facility containing approximately 51,000 rentable square feet.
  • A private equity firm in the acquisition of vacant land to build multi-family buildings in North Carolina, including the drafting and negotiations of development agreement, easement agreements, and declarations. 

Financing: 

  • A life insurance company in a US$40 million construction/permanent loan for a mixed-use apartment and retail project in Maryland
  • A national bank as co-lender in a US$90 million construction loan for a complex mixed-use retail, apartment, condominium and structured parking project in Maryland
  • A national bank in a US$107 million construction loan for a multifamily apartment project in Maryland
  • A national bank in a loan exceeding US$50 million for a complex development in Virginia involving a ground lease with the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
  • Three co-lenders in a mortgage loan exceeding US$500 million for a retail/office building in New York City