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Overview

Adam Hirst is a partner at Loeb and Loeb LLP. Adam routinely counsels and represents investment banks, real estate opportunity funds, private equity firms, REITS, other institutional lenders, developers, owners and operators in the full range of real estate transactions - lender-side and borrower-side financings, syndicated loan facilities, mezzanine lending, workouts and restructurings, acquisitions of distressed assets and distressed debt, joint ventures, acquisitions, dispositions, leasing, property management, development and construction matters. 

Adam also represents major domestic and international financial institutions, private equity funds, and other institutional investors in private placement offerings, secondary transactions, warehouse facilities, and various other types of secured lending.

Prior to joining Loeb & Loeb, Adam was with an international law firm.

Select examples of Adam’s experience include:

  • Represented lenders in connection with the origination and syndication of a $500 million mortgage and mezzanine financing secured by office property located in California.
  • Represented a lender in connection with the origination of a $260 million acquisition loan secured by two multifamily properties in Arizona.
  • Represented a lender in connection with the origination of a $215 million financing secured by a 14-property retail portfolio located in California.
  • Represented a lender in connection with the origination of a $180 million acquisition and redevelopment financing secured by a single-tenant office property in New York.
  • Represented a lender in connection with the origination of a $170 million financing secured by multiple components of a mixed-use phases development in Nevada.
  • Represented a lender in connection with the origination of a $120 million financing secured by a hotel in New York. 
  • Represented lenders and borrowers in connection with numerous pre-negotiation agreements, forbearance agreements, loan modifications, workouts and foreclosures.
  • Represented owner/operator in connection with the origination of a $100 million mezzanine financing in connection with the acquisition of a national affordable housing portfolio.
  • Represented lender in connection with the origination and syndication of a $55 million mortgage and mezzanine financing secured by an office condominium located in New York.
  • Presented lender in connection with the origination of a $20 million bulk condo sale loan secured by commercial condominium units located in New York.
  • Represented owner/operator in structuring its joint venture for the acquisition of a multifamily property in Georgia.
  • Represented a developer in entering into a programmatic joint venture for the acquisition and development of multifamily housing in the Southeast.
  • Represented owner/operator in the sale of a portfolio of properties located in New York City.
  • Represented a developer in its acquisition, recapitalization and financing of retail and office condominium units in New York.
  • Represented a developer in connection with the acquisition, financing and formation of a multiparty, multitiered joint venture to acquire, finance and develop and apartment complex in Illinois.
  • Represented financial institutions in connection with numerous securitization and investment fund transactions.
  • Represented a private equity firm in connection with the acquisition, financing and formation of a multiparty, multitiered joint venture to acquire, finance and develop an apartment complex in North Carolina.
  • Represented a private equity firm in connection with the buyout of its joint venture partner and structuring its recapitalized joint venture structure.
  • Represented a private equity firm in connection with the buyout of its existing joint venture partner and structuring its new joint venture structure for a life science portfolio.
  • Represented owners/operators in the acquisition of distressed loans and subsequent UCC foreclosures and lawsuits.
  • Represented a borrower in connection with the origination of a $100 million loan secured by mortgage servicing rights and the related pass-through leverage agreement.
  • Represented a private equity firm in connection with the financing and formation of a multiparty, multitiered joint venture to convert and redevelop property in New York City to retail and residential condominiums.
  • Represented a developer in structuring its joint venture and TIC structure of an office property in California.
  • Represented an owner in restructuring the management of its portfolio of properties.
  • Represented a tenant in an amended and restated lease at The Solow Building.

Education

  • Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, J.D.
  • Yale University, B.A.

Bar Admissions

  • New York