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Julian has extensive experience in complex commercial real estate transactions, representing financial institutions and funds in single and multi-lender construction and permanent loans, mezzanine loans and other leveraged financings, including ‘loan-on-loan’ transactions, on a regional and national basis.  In addition to his real estate finance practice, Julian represents both financial institutions and end-users in interest rate swaps and other derivatives transactions.

Credentials

J.D., Rutgers University School of Law-Newark, Rutgers Law Review

B.A., Drew University, magna cum laude

New Jersey

New York

Matters

Representation of agent/multi-national bank in connection with a $206 million syndicated first mortgage construction loan for a prominent high rise in Los Angeles, California.

Representation of senior mortgage lender in a $30 million construction loan, funded pari passu with mezzanine financing, for the construction of a mixed-use, office and retail development in Atlanta, Georgia, benefitted by a partial-tax abatement structured through a ‘bonds-for-title’ and sale-leaseback transaction.

Representation of lender in a $70 million first mortgage loan to refinance a New York City office building, featuring a ground lease and condominium structure to accommodate real estate tax exemptions for not-for-profit tenants, in addition to occupancy by for-profit tenants.

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Representation of agent/multi-national bank in connection with a $206 million syndicated first mortgage construction loan for a prominent high rise in Los Angeles, California.

Representation of senior mortgage lender in a $30 million construction loan, funded pari passu with mezzanine financing, for the construction of a mixed-use, office and retail development in Atlanta, Georgia, benefitted by a partial-tax abatement structured through a ‘bonds-for-title’ and sale-leaseback transaction.

Representation of lender in a $70 million first mortgage loan to refinance a New York City office building, featuring a ground lease and condominium structure to accommodate real estate tax exemptions for not-for-profit tenants, in addition to occupancy by for-profit tenants.

Representation of lender in a $26 million New York construction loan for a luxury condominium building, with additional capital sources including a mezzanine loan and convertible debt from prospective condominium unit purchasers.

Representation of lender in a $20 million term loan to a shopping center in Virginia subject to a ground lease with a government agency.

Representation of publicly-traded lender in a $100 million term loan to a New York luxury apartment building benefited by a PILOT Agreement and subject to a lease-leaseback structure with an industrial development agency.

Representation of agent/multi-national bank in a $115 million syndicated first mortgage loan to a luxury hotel in San Francisco, California, managed by an internationally-recognized brand.

Representation of European bank in connection with nine interest rate swaps, cross-defaulted and cross-collateralized by a portfolio of mortgage loans aggregating $180 million, encumbering nine properties in four states.

Representation of New York branch of European lender as letter of credit and interest rate swap provider with respect to $25 million of municipal bonds, with swap collateralized initially by a mortgage, and subsequently by an account pledge following termination of the letter of credit.

Representation of prominent sugar trading company in connection with commodity swaps and FX swaps.

Matters

Representation of agent/multi-national bank in connection with a $206 million syndicated first mortgage construction loan for a prominent high rise in Los Angeles, California.

Representation of senior mortgage lender in a $30 million construction loan, funded pari passu with mezzanine financing, for the construction of a mixed-use, office and retail development in Atlanta, Georgia, benefitted by a partial-tax abatement structured through a ‘bonds-for-title’ and sale-leaseback transaction.

Representation of lender in a $70 million first mortgage loan to refinance a New York City office building, featuring a ground lease and condominium structure to accommodate real estate tax exemptions for not-for-profit tenants, in addition to occupancy by for-profit tenants.

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Matters

Representation of agent/multi-national bank in connection with a $206 million syndicated first mortgage construction loan for a prominent high rise in Los Angeles, California.

Representation of senior mortgage lender in a $30 million construction loan, funded pari passu with mezzanine financing, for the construction of a mixed-use, office and retail development in Atlanta, Georgia, benefitted by a partial-tax abatement structured through a ‘bonds-for-title’ and sale-leaseback transaction.

Representation of lender in a $70 million first mortgage loan to refinance a New York City office building, featuring a ground lease and condominium structure to accommodate real estate tax exemptions for not-for-profit tenants, in addition to occupancy by for-profit tenants.

Representation of lender in a $26 million New York construction loan for a luxury condominium building, with additional capital sources including a mezzanine loan and convertible debt from prospective condominium unit purchasers.

Representation of lender in a $20 million term loan to a shopping center in Virginia subject to a ground lease with a government agency.

Representation of publicly-traded lender in a $100 million term loan to a New York luxury apartment building benefited by a PILOT Agreement and subject to a lease-leaseback structure with an industrial development agency.

Representation of agent/multi-national bank in a $115 million syndicated first mortgage loan to a luxury hotel in San Francisco, California, managed by an internationally-recognized brand.

Representation of European bank in connection with nine interest rate swaps, cross-defaulted and cross-collateralized by a portfolio of mortgage loans aggregating $180 million, encumbering nine properties in four states.

Representation of New York branch of European lender as letter of credit and interest rate swap provider with respect to $25 million of municipal bonds, with swap collateralized initially by a mortgage, and subsequently by an account pledge following termination of the letter of credit.

Representation of prominent sugar trading company in connection with commodity swaps and FX swaps.

Credentials

J.D., Rutgers University School of Law-Newark, Rutgers Law Review

B.A., Drew University, magna cum laude

New Jersey

New York