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  • Education
    • Graduate Certificate, New York University Schack Institute of Real Estate, 2011, Real Estate Finance
    • J.D., magna cum laude, New York Law School, 2005, John Marshall Harlan Scholar; Executive Notes Editor for NYLS Law Review
    • B.A., Boston College, 1998, Economics
With clients ranging from institutional lenders, to nascent funds building out new platforms, to boutique investors focusing on niche markets, Adam Brown recognizes that being able to identify and understand the client’s specific objectives, sensitivities and particularized requirements for execution is a critical first step in developing and implementing the kind of customized, value-add counsel clients require in order to succeed in a highly competitive marketplace. Having negotiated sophisticated financing transactions from every position in the capital stack, Adam draws on his knowledge and perspective in order to propose pragmatic, commercial solutions that position our clients to most effectively protect their interests and to facilitate successful transactions in a time-sensitive and cost-effective manner.

Adam offers lenders, funds and other investors in commercial real estate a broad and deep knowledge of the various aspects surrounding commercial real estate finance, including the origination, acquisition and disposition of balance sheet, securitized, syndicated, mezzanine, preferred equity and corporate loans secured by real estate projects across all asset types. Adam regularly represents clients in structuring and negotiating transactions involving multiple layers of subordinate debt and negotiating intercreditor, co-lender and participation agreements. He also has substantial experience in workouts and restructurings for both lenders and borrowers. 
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