Eric M. Lipenholtz

Associate

Real Estate Finance

O: (212) 789-3124

F: (212) 719-0140

About Eric

Eric focuses his practice on representing lenders and other financial institutional clients in connection with commercial real estate finance transactions, including single-lender loans, syndication loans and multi-lender construction, mezzanine and permanent financing and re-financing projects. Eric’s representation of lenders spans across a large range of real estate asset types, including office buildings, retail centers, multi-family projects and hotels. Prior to joining Riemer & Braunstein, Eric worked in the real estate finance group at a large law firm in New York, primarily representing lenders, lead arrangers, and borrowers in a wide variety of commercial lending transactions, including secured financings, acquisition and leveraged financings, asset-based financings and widely syndicated domestic and international credit facilities.

Representative Matters

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  • Representation of a lender in its $41 million portfolio loan for the acquisition and development of six office buildings located in New Jersey
  • Representation of an administrative agent and co-lenders in its syndication of a portion of a $750 million loan in connection with the financing of a leasehold interest in an office condominium unit in a building located in Manhattan
  • Representation of an administrative agent in its syndicated $195 million loan for the re-financing of a retail center located in Manhattan, which included components of mezzanine debt and IDA Bond financing
  • Representation of an administrative agent in its syndicated $105 million loan for the acquisition and development of an office building located in North Carolina

Admissions

State of New York

Education

St. John’s University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2011

  • St. John’s Law Review

University of Michigan, B.A. with distinction, 2008