Eric Pincow represents lenders and developers in syndicated, mortgage, mezzanine, and construction loan facilities. Eric also represents clients in connection with acquisitions, dispositions, loan workouts, and other commercial real estate matters.

Eric has represented clients in transactions involving a wide variety of asset types, including office buildings, hotels, condominiums, storage facilities, retail, multifamily, and mixed-use projects.

Eric is admitted to the New York and Florida bars and practices in both jurisdictions. He received his J.D. cum laude from New York Law School and his B.S. from Cornell University.

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Experience

  • A U.S. institutional lender in a $411 million letter of credit enhanced bond construction loan.

  • A U.S. institutional lender in servicing a $740 million revolving credit facility, including borrowing base additions/releases and amendments to credit facility.

  • A foreign institutional lender in the origination and syndication of a $112 million acquisition loan facility.

  • A U.S. institutional lender in a $200 million syndicated acquisition and construction loan facility.

  • A U.S. institutional lender in a $158 million direct bond purchase construction loan.

  • A REIT in connection with the $136 million acquisition of an apartment building portfolio.

  • A U.S. real estate developer in connection with the $40 million disposition of a hotel.

  • A foreign institutional lender in connection with a $155 million syndicated construction loan facility.

  • A foreign institutional lender in connection with $65 million and $75 million acquisition loans.

  • A U.S. real estate developer in connection with the acquisition of three apartment buildings and the related $66.4 million multi-tiered financing.

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