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  • Education
    • J.D., Duke University, 2011
    • LL.M., Duke University, 2011
    • B.A., Emory University, 2008
  • Bar Jurisdictions
    • Virginia, 2011
    • District of Columbia, 2012
    • Maryland, 2012
    • Missouri, 2016
  • Court Admissions
    • Commonwealth of Virginia, 2011
    • State of Maryland, 2012
    • District of Columbia, 2012
    • State of Missouri, 2016
Clients rely on Dan Kronberg’s ability to focus on the relevant legal details of the transaction and to structure a balanced approach by exercising practical business acumen and creative problem-solving. Prior to joining Polsinelli, Dan was an associate at a boutique real estate law firm in Washington, D.C., where he represented clients throughout the lifespan of their transactions, beginning with letters of intent, all the way through contract negotiation, due diligence, financing and closing. Dan’s experience includes a range of transactional real estate services including: 
  • Property acquisition and disposition 
  • Traditional acquisition and construction financing 
  • CMBS financing 
  • Mezzanine financing 
  • Leasing 
  • Drafting operating agreements
  • Represented pool of borrowers in $19.1 million CMBS loan secured by nine properties in two states, including review and negotiation of loan documents and amending borrowers’ organizational documents to comply with lender requirements. 
  • Represented borrower in connection with $9.2 million acquisition and construction loan to purchase real property and construct a self-storage facility including drafting loan documents and reviewing architect’s and general contractor’s contracts and coordinating closing. 
  • Represented purchaser in connection with purchase of 40,000 square foot shopping center, including drafting and negotiating purchase agreement, reviewing and summarizing all tenant leases for the property, and reviewing and negotiating loan documents. 
  • Represented landlord in leasing commercial condominium unit to retailer, including drafting and negotiating lease and reviewing condominium documents to confirm that the intended use was permitted. 
  • Represented tenant in connection with leasing 20,000 square feet of space for clothing store in shopping mall, including reviewing and negotiating mall’s form lease. 
  • Represented company that specialized in constructing self-storage facilities and drafted operating agreements that included multiple classes of membership interests and different rights and obligations of each class of members.