Nathan H. Sevilla is a partner in the real estate practice of Mayer Brown’s New York office. He routinely represents lenders and borrowers in complex single asset real estate financing transactions including permanent, construction and mezzanine loans.
In addition, Nathan has acted for clients of the firm in the acquisition, disposition and leasing of real property throughout the United States. Nathan joined the firm in 2003 from another Manhattan law firm.
- American University, BA, magna cum laude
- New York University School of Law, JD
Admissions : New York
- New York State Bar Association, Real Property Subsection
- International Council of Shopping Centers
- Real Estate Finance
- $900 million Loan for a trophy hotel asset in Miami, Florida.
- $357 million construction loan for a office building San Francisco.
- $250 million loan to refinance a Class-A office building in Los Angeles.
- $55 million construction loan for a boutique hotel in Manhattan.
- $277 million loan to construct a condominium hotel on Paradise Island, The Bahamas.
- Representation of Landlord in Retail Leasing
- New Hermes Mens’ boutique on Madison Avenue in New York.
- Erwin Pearl Inc. for a new location on Madison Avenue in New York.
- Calypso St. Barth, Cole Haan and Madewell by J. Crew in Greenwich, Connecticut.
- Vertu, Lanvin, Judith Leiber, David Orgell, and Galerie Michael locations in a Beverly Hills retail complex.
- Representation of Tenant in Retail Leasing
- Rachel Riley New York Inc. for the New York flagship store lease of this UK children’s clothing brand.
- A not-for-profit credit union for a 20,000 square foot office and retail location lease in Manhattan.
- Property Transactions
- $300 million ground lease and development transaction for a self storage development on Manhattan’s far West Side.
- $50 million acquisition of a trophy Madison Avenue retail property for an offshore investor that was structured as a sale of equity interests.
- $53 million acquisition of a marquee SoHo department store building and structuring of the assumption of the existing CMBS debt.
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