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  • Education
    • J.D., magna cum laude, Fordham University School of Law, 2005
    • B.S., cum laude, Fordham University, 1999
Joshua Dill’s practice focuses on representing investment banks, national and international banks, alternative lenders and private equity funds in the origination of commercial mortgage and mezzanine loans on properties across the nation. His practice has a strong emphasis in representing mortgage lenders, subordinate lenders and borrowers in a wide array of transactions across asset classes, including shopping centers, hotels, office buildings, industrial properties and residential properties. He regularly advises clients on the origination, purchase and sale of mortgage loans, mezzanine loans and preferred equity investments. Joshua has extensive experience representing both mortgage and subordinate lenders in loans intended for the CMBS and syndication markets as well as construction and bridge loans. He also has significant experience advising clients on workouts and the restructuring of complex debt structures.
  • Represented lender in approximately $325,000,000 syndicated mortgage loan with future funding and $37,800,000 mezzanine loan secured by a portfolio of medical office building and the subsequent sale of the mezzanine loan and mortgage loan notes to co-lenders.
  • Represented lender in $762,000,000 mortgage loan secured by an office building in San Francisco; the loan was the subject of a standalone securitization and included in a number of conduit securitizations.
  • Represented lender in $460,000,000 mortgage loan and $100,000,000 mezzanine loan secured by a full-service oceanfront hotel in Florida; the mortgage loan was the subject of a standalone securitization.
  • Represented lender in numerous mortgage loans secured by super-regional malls that were the subject of standalone securitizations including the first post-COVID standalone securitization.
  • Represented lender in $754,000,000 mortgage loan and $96,000,000 mezzanine loan secured by a portfolio of over 45 select service hotels; the mortgage loan was the subject of a standalone securitization.
  • Represented lender in $555,000,000 mortgage loan and $152,400,000 and $75,000,000 mezzanine loans secured by a portfolio of over 60 skilled nursing facilities; the mortgage loan was the subject of a standalone securitization.
  • Represented lender in $225,000,000 syndicated mortgage loan secured by a full-service hotel in Washington, D.C. and the subsequent sale of notes to co-lenders.
  • Represented lender in $900,000,000 syndicated mortgage loan with future funding secured by a mixed use building in Manhattan and the subsequent sale of notes to co-lenders.
  • Represented lender in $373,800,000 syndicated mortgage loan with future funding and $54,000,000 mezzanine loan secured by a mixed use building in Chicago and the subsequent sale of notes to co-lenders.
  • Represented co-lender in the origination of a $900,000,000 mortgage loan secured by a portfolio of office and studio properties in California and the negotiation of all co-lending documentation. The loan was the subject of a standalone securitization.
  • Represented co-lender in the purchase of a $64,500,000 note of a $193,500,000 syndicated mortgage loan with future funding secured by a portfolio of logistics properties and the negotiation of the co-lender agreement.
  • Represented lead mezzanine lender in the origination of a $32,000,000 mezzanine loan subordinate to a $97,000,000 mortgage loan secured by a mixed use property in Las Vegas and the negotiation of all co-lending and participation documentation.  The mezzanine loan was subject to a co-lender agreement between two ultimate noteholders and the lead lender subsequently sold a participation interest in its note.
  • Represented mezzanine lender in the origination of a $28,500,000 construction mezzanine loan indirectly secured by a retail development in Las Vegas and the sale of a 49% participation interest in the loan to an Israeli insurance company.
  • Represented lender in $74,780,000 mortgage loan with future funding secured by an office building in Washington, D.C.
  • Represented lender in $39,700,000 mortgage loan with future funding secured by a mixed use building in Manhattan.
  • Represented lender in $22,000,000 mortgage loan and $3,500,000 mezzanine loan secured by an event space in Brooklyn.
  • Represented lender in $50,000,000 mortgage loan with future funding secured by a student housing property in College Station, Texas.
  • Represented lender in $23,675,000 mortgage loan with future funding in connection with the gut renovation of a hotel in New Haven, Connecticut that was subject to additional financing through the sale of historic tax credits.
  • Represented mezzanine B lender in $225,000,000 mezzanine loan that was subordinate to a $1,200,000,000 mortgage loan and a $325,000,000 mezzanine loan and senior to a $100,000,000 mezzanine loan secured by a Caribbean resort.
  • Represented mezzanine B lender in $176,400,000 mezzanine loan that was subordinate to a $1,220,000,000 syndicated mortgage loan and a $196,600,000 mezzanine loan secured by a portfolio of industrial properties.
  • Represented mezzanine lender in $12,400,000 mezzanine loan with future funding that was subordinate to a $80,400,000 syndicated mortgage loan with future funding secured by an office building in Nashville.
  • Represented mezzanine lender in $20,000,000 mezzanine construction loan that was subordinate to a $52,800,000 construction mortgage loan financing the development of a multi-family project in Denver.
  • Represented mezzanine lender and preferred equity investor in $35,000,000 mezzanine construction loan and $40,000,000 preferred equity investment that was subordinate to a $7,800,000 construction bond loan and a $142,200,000 conventional construction mortgage loan financing the development of a multi-family project in Boston
  • Represented mezzanine lender in $165,000,000 syndicated mezzanine loan securing a joint venture partner’s interests in two office buildings in Manhattan that were both subject to existing mortgage loans.
  • Represented mezzanine lender in the recapitalization of a hotel under construction in Brooklyn involving the purchase of a fee interest in the land and the negotiation of a ground lease, new mortgage and mezzanine loans and preferred equity documents.
  • Represented mortgage REIT in the modification of over 20 loans across its portfolio which have been impacted as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Nearly all of the affected loans were pledged to line lenders in repurchase facilities or were financed via a CLO, requiring multi-party negotiations.
  • Represented a private equity fund as the mezzanine lender in the workout of mortgage and mezzanine loans secured by a hotel in Lower Manhattan.  The transaction eventually involved an acquisition in lieu of foreclosure of the mezzanine loan, a joint venture between our client and a new operating partner, a refinance of the mortgage loan and the negotiation of a new franchise agreement.
  • Represented a real estate investment trust on the discounted payoff of a loan secured by a portfolio of three office buildings in Morris and Union Counties, New Jersey.
  • Represented a closely-held corporation in the sale of a retail building with development rights in Manhattan.
  • Represented a non-profit hospital in the long-term ground lease and partial lease back of a hospital campus in Westchester County, New York.