I am fortunate to be able to routinely work with the highest quality financial institutions and developers on some of the most interesting and exciting projects.

Keith Print regularly represents prominent financial institutions in large, complex syndicated mortgage, mezzanine, subscription, and corporate/REIT credit facilities. He also represents clients in construction loan transactions involving prominent developers of multi-family apartment buildings and office buildings, among other asset classes.

Keith has represented clients in major projects in New York City, including 30 and 50 Hudson Yards, and frequently advises the lead lenders in large construction financings, including large-scale credit enhancement for, or purchase of, government issued tax-exempt and taxable bonds. The proceeds from these bonds are used to finance luxury multi-family projects throughout New York City that offer affordable rate and market rate housing.

Keith also counsels clients on real estate sales and acquisitions, ground leases, and office leases, including those involving landmark hotels and complex industrial land.

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  • The lead lender on a $1.8 billion construction loan for the 50 Hudson Yards project in New York City.

  • The lead lender in a $973 million construction loan for the construction of a major technology company’s new office campus in New York City.

  • The developer on the refinancing of two multi-family projects in New York City involving $700 million in mortgage and mezzanine loan proceeds.

  • The lead lender in the origination of $475 million in mortgage and mezzanine loan financing secured by a unit in an office condominium in New York City.

  • The lead lender on an up to $800 million unsecured line of credit to a separate property account of an insurance company.

  • The lead lender on a $1.250 billion unsecured line of credit to a group of borrowers managed by a large, multi-national financial institution.

  • A not-for-profit in connection with a long-term lease of space for its operations in New York City.



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