Diana Lynn Quarry

Of Counsel | New York

dquarry@mofo.com | (212) 336-4028

dquarry@mofo.com
(212) 336-4028

Diana represents lenders, developers, landlords, and tenants in commercial real estate matters, including real estate finance, leasing, and acquisitions and dispositions.

Her practice focuses on representing lenders and property owners in syndicated and non-syndicated financings, including term, construction, and bridge loans secured by hotels, multi-use, multi-family, office, retail, and other commercial projects. Her practice also involves representing lenders through workouts and restructurings. In addition, Diana helps clients buy, sell, and lease office, retail, multi-family, commercial, and industrial projects.

Diana graduated from Cornell Law School, where she was the general editor of the Cornell International Law Journal. In 2018, a recognized business journal named Diana to its “40 Under 40” list.

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Experience

  • The administrative agent in connection with the $548.6 million syndicated construction financing for a 57-story, 1,200,000-square-foot office tower in Chicago, Illinois.

  • The administrative agent in connection with Shari’ah Law-compliant $99 million syndicated acquisition financing for office properties located in Texas.

  • A lender in $76 million term loan facility secured by portfolio of properties located in multiple states.

  • A real estate developer in connection with the acquisition and development of multiple adjacent parcels as part of a downtown revitalization project, including new construction and extensive renovations of existing buildings. Engagement included negotiation of loan documents, construction contracts, purchase agreements, easements, and restrictive covenants.

  • A Fortune 1000 company in the negotiation of a build-to-suit lease for the relocation of their international headquarters, including office headquarters and showroom space, to the United States.

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