William M. Hildbold

Associate | New York

whildbold@mofo.com | (212) 336-4063

whildbold@mofo.com
(212) 336-4063

Billy Hildbold represents clients in complex commercial real estate transactions, including mortgage and mezzanine financing, secondary market acquisitions and sales, and the acquisition and disposition of real estate assets. He also has extensive experience in corporate restructuring, refinancing, and bankruptcy matters, including complex real estate workouts.

Billy represents leading financial institutions in high-profile transactions for significant developments, including projects in Hudson Yards, Columbus Circle, and Saint John’s Terminal in New York City. He has experience with transactions involving a wide variety of asset classes, including office buildings, multi-family, hotels, and condominiums.

Prior to joining Morrison & Foerster, Billy served as a staff law clerk in Chicago for a year and then as a law clerk to the Honorable Robert D. Drain, Bankruptcy Judge for the Southern District of New York.

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Experience

  • The lead lender in a $1.1 billion financing of One Columbus Circle (f/k/a Time Warner Center) in New York City.

  • 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 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.

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