Adam Hopkins represents clients in a broad range of complex commercial real estate transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions, and joint ventures, as well as development, leasing, and financing matters, and real estate aspects of mergers and acquisitions involving industrial facilities, casinos, and other corporate real estate assets. He also works with clients on workouts, modifications, and restructurings in connection with distressed real estate.
Adam represents banks and other lenders in large, sophisticated, and highly structured financings, including construction, mortgage, and mezzanine loans. He also has experience representing lenders providing lines of credit and other credit facilities (secured and unsecured) to REITs.
He has experience with a wide range of asset classes, including hotels and resorts, office complexes, apartment complexes, retail properties, and condominium projects, as well as transactions involving the purchase, sale, and development of land. He has also represented hotel management companies and restaurant groups in connection with operational matters.
Adam graduated cum laude from Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law where he was involved with the Entrepreneurship Law Center representing small businesses and worked as a corporate finance teaching assistant. He received his B.A. in philosophy from the University of California, Santa Barbara.Show More
A large multinational bank in a $200 million construction loan on a major residential project in downtown Los Angeles, California.
A hotel owner and operator in the acquisition and disposition of multiple hotel properties in California and Arizona.
A large multinational bank in a $110 million loan on a major luxury hotel project in San Diego, California.
A large multinational bank in over $180 million in loans on apartment projects in Anaheim, California.
A large multinational bank as the administrative agent and lead arranger in a $470 million credit facility provided to a Singapore REIT, the assets of which consist of prime office properties in the United States, in connection with its initial public offering on the Singapore stock exchange.
A Japanese bank in connection with the origination, pledge, sale, and syndication of interests in a $1.725 billion multiple loan transaction secured directly or collaterally by a portfolio of iconic hotels in Hawaii and California.
A large asset management company in connection with the $144 million acquisition of a multifamily residential project and commercial project, each structured as separate condominium units within a mixed-use complex, in Bethesda, Maryland.
A large Japanese real estate company in connection with the $429 million acquisition of an office park in San Jose, California, wholly leased to a leading technology company, in one of the largest real estate transactions in Silicon Valley in 2019.
A debt investment fund as purchaser of a $20 million subordinate mezzanine loan tranche (part of overall $121.4 million financing related to five full-service hotels), including the negotiation of an intercreditor agreement with mortgage lender and senior mezzanine lender.
A debt investment fund as purchaser of a $105 million subordinate mezzanine loan tranche (part of overall $910 million financing related to approximately 40 industrial sites), including the negotiation of an intercreditor agreement with mortgage lender and senior mezzanine lender.
A large Japanese real estate company in connection with the negotiation of the $222 million acquisition of a historic hotel in Washington, D.C.