Amanda Myers

Amanda Myers

Education

Biola University (B.A., 2005)
Pepperdine University School of Law (J.D., 2009)

Bar Admissions

California

Amanda Myers is an associate in the firm’s Real Estate and Project Finance Groups.

Ms. Myers’ practice covers a broad range of real estate transactions, including real estate finance, purchase and sale transactions, leasing, and advising on the real estate aspects of private and public companies’ mergers and acquisitions.

Ms. Myers represents investment banks and other institutional lenders providing construction, acquisition, permanent, and mezzanine financing for residential and commercial properties, including hotels, office buildings, shopping centers, condominiums, and mixed-use developments throughout the United States. Ms. Myers also represents developers in the acquisition, financing, and sale of renewable energy projects.

In addition, Ms. Myers’ practice has included representing lenders in the origination and securitization of first mortgage financing for the acquisition and refinancing of residential and commercial properties.

Ms. Myers received her J.D. cum laude from Pepperdine Univeristy School of Law and her B.A. magna cum laude from Biola University.

Representative Matters

  • Represented a Japanese bank in connection with a $1.875 billion financing structured as separate mortgage and mezzanine loans secured by a portfolio of iconic hotels and resorts in Hawaii and California, including the Royal Hawaiian Hotel, the Moana Surfrider and the Sheraton Waikiki in Honolulu, the Sheraton Maui in Kaanapali, and the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. 
  • Represented lead lender and arranger in connection with a $100 million syndicated condominium  construction loan for a portion of the Metropolis Project, a condominium, hotel, and retail project being developed by affiliates of Greenland USA in Los Angeles, California, including the negotiation of an intercreditor agreement with the EB-5 subordinate mortgage lender.
  • Represented lead lender and arranger in connection with a $140 million syndicated construction loan for a high-profile mixed-use development in Hollywood.  The loan was a leasehold financing that involved an affordable housing component.  

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