RECENT TRANSACTIONS JR Kasman, PLLC routinely provides advice to commercial real estate portfolio owners, lenders and a wide variety of other business entities and individuals.

Q1-Q4 2018

Some of the transactions the firm successfully handled during calendar year 2018 include the representation of a:

  • commercial real estate portfolio owner, as local counsel, in connection with $200,000,000 complex Washington, D.C. region property sale involving Fortune 300 company;
  • Fortune 50 company in connection with the sale of commercial property working with local counsel in Nevada;
  • global investigations firm in connection with commercial lease agreement in the southern United States working with Georgia/Tennessee local counsel;
  • commercial real estate portfolio owner, as co-borrower’s counsel, on $29,000,000 institutional loan with structured tenant in common agreement for Virginia multifamily property;
  • Federal lending regulator in connection with New York lending compliance analysis;
  • private equity firm with east and west coast business presence in connection with commercial lease agreement;
  • consulting company operating in Washington, D.C. and New York in connection with contract dispute and settlement;
  • consulting company in connection with various contract agreements related to domestic and international matters;
  • New York political action committee in connection with contract agreement;
  • commercial real estate portfolio owner in connection with Maryland lease termination agreement;
  • commercial real estate portfolio owner in connection with Maryland shopping center refinance;
  • seller in connection with closing of complex sales contract for the transfer of commercial property in Washington, D.C.;
  • joint venture partner in connection with indemnity agreement between joint venture partners;
  • commercial real estate owner in connection with sale of office building in Maryland;
  • landlord in connection with lien release agreement analysis;
  • landlord in connection with Maryland lease modification;
  • nonprofit founder in connection with preliminary strategy and analysis related to potential New York legislation and enterprise formation; and
  • startup founder in connection with entity selection, formation and licensing in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia.

Q3/Q4 2017

Some of the transactions the firm successfully handled during the third and fourth quarters of 2017 include the representation of a:

  • seller in connection with the negotiation of complex sales contract for the transfer of commercial property in Washington, D.C.;
  • Fortune 50 company in connection with the sale of commercial property to a municipal authority;
  • publicly traded lender in connection with two loan modifications;
  • borrower in connection with local counsel matters on a $29,000,000 loan facility;
  • real estate portfolio owner in connection with reciprocal easement agreement between office and residential parcels;
  • Washington, D.C. area business owner in connection with contract dispute;
  • real estate portfolio owner in connection with easement and technology agreements; and
  • real estate developer in connection with master joint venture agreement.

Q1/Q2 2017

Some of the transactions the firm successfully handled during the first and second quarters of 2017 include the representation of a:

  • tenant in connection with its lease of K Street office space in NW, D.C.;
  • commercial property owner in connection with the refinance of four retail sites (multi-state) with national tenants containing approximately 168,000 square feet of leased space;
  • Fortune 50 company in connection with the sale of Washington, D.C. (NOMA) site slated for mixed use redevelopment project;
  • New York political action committee in connection with general business and corporate law matters;
  • landlord in connection with lease of space to national financial institution;
  • consulting company in connection with various contract negotiations;
  • New York startup in connection with corporate formation matters;
  • Borrower in connection with refinance of office building in Maryland;
  • Developer in connection with the sale of retail condominium unit in Virginia;
  • Borrower in connection with D.C. local counsel matters on $25,850,000 loan facility;
  • Borrower in connection with Virginia local counsel matters on $50,000,000 loan facility; and
  • Preparation and negotiation of joint venture agreement for residential real estate development project.

Q3/Q4 2016

Some of the transactions the firm successfully handled during the third and fourth quarters of 2016 include the representation of a:

  • borrower in connection with the financing of a shopping mall redevelopment;
  • Fortune ranked institution in connection with the sale of commercial property;
  • commercial property owner in connection with membership interest purchase agreement;
  • borrower, as local counsel, in connection with multi-million dollar credit facility placed by publicly traded lender;
  • consulting company in connection with contract with international bankruptcy consultants and technology solutions company;
  • lender in connection with loan modification;
  • technology startup in connection with company formation and general corporate matters;
  • real estate developer in connection with commercial lease agreement;
  • real estate developer and operator in connection with amendment to commercial lease agreement;
  • real estate developer in connection with refinance of multifamily property; and
  • real estate owner in connection with commercial lease expansion and amendment.

Q1/Q2 2016

Some of the transactions the firm successfully handled during the first and second quarters of 2016 include the representation of a:

  • borrower in connection with a refinance and acquisition loan secured by boutique inn;
  • developer in connection with joint venture agreement related to the acquisition of two office buildings containing 188,000 square feet;
  • lender in connection with demand letter and enforcement strategy planning related to loan default;
  • real estate developer and operator in connection with joint venture agreement for the acquisition of prominent retail and office development;
  • real estate developer and operator in connection with joint venture agreement for residential real estate project;
  • regional lender in connection with the refinance of urban mixed use property;
  • consulting company in connection with multiple agreements with aircraft manufacturing companies;
  • real estate developer in connection with acquisition due diligence for industrial flex site;
  • institutional lender, as local counsel, in connection with the refinance of an office building;
  • consulting company in connection with corporate restructure and succession planning; and
  • real estate developer in connection with joint venture agreement related to condo conversion project.

Q3/Q4 2015

Some of the transactions the firm successfully handled during the third and fourth quarters of 2015 include the representation of a:

  • borrower in connection with the refinance of a 310 unit multifamily property with life company lender;
  • landlord in connection with the restructure of a commercial lease agreement with a big-box retailer;
  • buyer in connection with the financed acquisition of an office building and related joint venture agreement;
  • landlord in connection with a commercial lease agreement with regional office tenant;
  • borrower in connection with the refinance of office and industrial properties with regional lenders;
  • Fortune 50 institution in connection with portfolio sale of commercial property;
  • principal of real estate development company in connection with estate related commercial real estate transfers;
  • regional lender in connection with the refinance of two office/industrial flex sites;
  • landlord in connection with lease agreement with nonprofit tenant;
  • borrower, as local counsel, in connection with TIC structured finance transaction;
  • tenant in connection with commercial lease agreement amendment;
  • landlord in connection with commercial lease renewal dispute; and
  • borrower, as local counsel, in connection with institutional loan secured by multiple assets.

Q1/Q2 2015

Some of the transactions the firm successfully handled during the first and second quarters of 2015 include the representation of a:

  • former Presidential Administration official in connection with consulting contracts and general business law matters;
  • foreign government affiliate, as landlord’s counsel, in connection with commercial lease agreement;
  • developer in connection with the acquisition of two office buildings containing over 112,000 rentable square feet;
  • borrower in connection with CMBS loan;
  • Fortune 50 institution in connection with multiple sales of commercial property and general real estate portfolio matters;
  • regional developer in connection with joint venture agreement for the acquisition of commercial property in the District of Columbia;
  • property owner in connection with the sale of urban infill site;
  • national trade association in connection with the sale of commercial property;
  • Fortune ranked lender, institutional lender and regional lender (as local counsel) in connection with multiple commercial loans secured by various multifamily and retail sites;
  • borrower, as local counsel, in connection with a $75,000,000 line of credit secured by multiple asset pools; and
  • non-profit organization, as landlord’s counsel, in connection with a commercial lease transaction and related leasing matters.

Q3/Q4 2014

Some of the transactions the firm successfully handled during the third and fourth quarters of 2014 include the representation of a:

  • publicly traded financial institution making a permanent loan secured by an urban multi-tenant retail site;
  • regional developer in connection with the sale of an office building;
  • real estate portfolio owner in connection with the acquisition of retail property, assumption of a 126,000 square foot lease and assumption of a securitized loan;
  • seller in connection with the sale of a commercial development site;
  • bank in connection with a construction facility and line of credit;
  • developer on a joint venture agreement for the development of multifamily property;
  • publicly traded financial institution making a permanent loan secured by institutional property;
  • landlord in connection with a restaurant lease;
  • developer in connection with the sale of securitized real estate products;
  • designer in connection with a start-up; and
  • debtor in connection with a loan workout agreement.