Guy McPherson’s practice focuses on real estate finance transactions, including representation of both borrowers and lenders in some of their largest and most complex matters.
Guy has extensive experience with financing transactions of all types, including syndicated construction financing, acquisition financing, senior and subordinate debt arrangements, and revolving credit facilities. He also represents clients in the disposition and acquisition of real estate assets and in real estate joint ventures. Guy’s practice also involves representing funds and lenders in connection with subscription line credit facilities. His experience extends to a variety of real estate asset types, including office, commercial, retail, industrial, multi-family, and hospitality.
Guy is a member of the Distressed Real Estate Group and represents clients in workouts and restructurings.
Guy received his J.D. magna cum laude from Fordham University School of Law, where he served as an associate editor of the Fordham Law Review and was elected to the Order of the Coif. While at Fordham, Guy published a student note in the Fordham Law Review on the subject of rent regulations in New York City.Show More
A leading financial institution in a $5 billion permanent (and $3 billion bridge) cross-border, multi-currency, syndicated, and secured revolving credit facility, with the permanent facility placed through a commercial paper conduit facility.
A global investment manager in the acquisition of a $4.55 billion U.S. logistics portfolio consisting of 271 commercial properties in 18 states.
The lenders in a $940 million construction loan for the development of the super luxury for-sale condominium located on Central Park in Manhattan.
A leading financial institution in a $536 million construction loan in connection with the development of a mixed-use condominium project at the site of the former St. Vincent’s Hospital in Greenwich Village in New York City.
The developer in the assemblage of an entire city block in Greenpoint, Brooklyn pursuant to option agreements in connection with rezoning and construction of an over 500,000 square foot mixed-use office and light industrial project.
A leading financial institution in a $372 million construction loan for a 2.5 million square-foot mixed-use development encompassing 10 acres in Washington, D.C. with a mix of condominiums, apartments, offices, public spaces, restaurants, shops, and a hotel.
The developer in the $135 million acquisition and related financing for a mixed-use development site in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, followed by the preferred and common equity capitalization and a $197 million construction loan for a 500,000 square-foot office, manufacturing, and retail building.