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Loeb & Loeb Strengthens Real Estate Investments And Transactions Department With Partner Adam Hirst In New York

Loeb & Loeb is pleased to announce the arrival of Adam Hirst to the firm’s New York office where he will be a partner in the Real Estate Investments & Transactions department. Hirst  represents investment banks, real estate opportunity funds, private equity firms, other institutional lenders, developers, owners and operators in lender-side and borrower-side financings, workouts and restructurings, joint ventures, acquisitions, dispositions and property management. 

“We are excited to welcome Adam to our team. This strategic addition boosts our capabilities as we continue to handle sophisticated real estate transactions, including financings, joint ventures, leasing, acquisitions and dispositions, development, distressed opportunities and other innovative real estate deals,” said Christopher L. Barbaruolo, chair of the Real Estate Investments and Transactions department. 

“We are pleased to have Adam join our thriving Real Estate Investments and Transactions department. We continue to grow in New York with the addition of top talent to key growth areas and provide additional depth of service offerings to our clients,” said Laurie Ruckel, New York office managing partner. 

Hirst represents clients in complex financing instruments including mortgage debt, mezzanine loans, bridge loans, preferred equity investments and other structured finance products. His broad real estate experience encompasses matters related to construction and acquisition financings, workouts, joint ventures and acquisitions and dispositions of office buildings, hotels, shopping centers, multifamily buildings and other real estate projects.

“Loeb is well-known in the New York real estate community and has an impressive track-record of handling some of the most complex transactions,” said Hirst. “I look forward to working with this dynamic team and growing my practice supported by such talented colleagues.”

Hirst earned his B.A. from Yale University and his J.D. from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. He joins Loeb & Loeb from Arnold & Porter LLP.