Kimberly represents investors, developers, and managers in large commercial real estate transactions, ranging from the purchase and sale of individual properties (e.g., office buildings, hotels, senior living facilities, multi-family buildings, and shopping centers) to multistate portfolio purchases and asset sales. She has handled matters for properties in over 35 states. She has significant experience in the negotiation of purchase, sale, development, and management agreements for hotel and resort properties, office buildings and senior living facilities.
Kimberly also advises clients on ground leasing and other leasing transactions. Her leasing experience includes large headquarters complexes, office and retail properties, restaurants, industrial/flex (e.g., refrigerated warehouse space), and equipment.
Kimberly handles complex financing transactions for commercial real estate portfolios representing both borrowers and lenders. She is particularly skilled in structuring and negotiating financing arrangements, including construction loans, mezzanine loans, inter-creditor agreements and take-out financing, for large real estate projects. Such projects include office buildings, hotels and senior living, multifamily units, shopping centers and educational and governmental facilities.
Kimberly represents lenders and private equity in the acquisition of portfolios of performing and non-performing loans.
She also represents borrowers, lenders and other loan participants in loan modifications, payment deferrals, forbearance arrangements, recapitalizations, entity restructuring, and other workout arrangements.
Kimberly’s corporate experience, representing both public and private companies, includes the structuring and negotiation of national and international acquisitions, mergers, reorganizations, and joint ventures ranging in size from $30 million to $800 million. She is familiar with all types of equity participation in large real estate projects, including joint ventures, sale-leaseback transactions, preferred equity, and other equity infusion structures.