Richard M. Rosenblatt represents clients in multimillion dollar commercial real estate transactions, including all aspects of the acquisition, disposition, development, financing, and leasing of commercial real estate located throughout the United States.
His practice includes assisting lenders, developers, investors, and owner-operators with single-asset and portfolio transactions involving health care, hotel, industrial, multifamily, office, and retail projects.
Richard has significant real estate finance experience representing national banks, life insurance companies, CMBS loan originators, and other financial institutions in connection with acquisition, construction, and permanent loans; unsecured and secured credit facilities; and in the participation and syndication of loans.
He also has experience in loan restructurings, workouts, and other transactions involving nonperforming loans. In addition, he regularly advises corporate clients in connection with their real estate needs as required to support their core business outside of the real estate industry.
Richard is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and The Florida Bar. He is a member of the Atlanta Board of Trustees for the American Jewish Committee and is a graduating member of Leadership Buckhead.
- University of Florida (J.D. magna cum laude 2004; Journal of Law and Public Policy; B.S. in Accounting 2001; Florida Blue Key; University of Florida Hall of Fame)
BAR ADMISSIONS : Georgia and Florida
CLERKSHIPS : Extern to Florida Supreme Court (Spring 2004)
- Wells Fargo provides $100 million senior mortgage loan secured by multiple office buildings
- KeyBank provides $200 million revolving credit facility to publicly-traded REIT
- Wells Fargo provides $215 million term loan secured by 10 industrial properties
- Wells Fargo amends and restates $225 million revolving credit facility provided to large mid-Atlantic homebuilder
- Wells Fargo provides $60 million construction loan in Milpitas, California
- Wells Fargo provides $600 million revolving credit facility to publicly traded homebuilder
- Wells Fargo provides $105 million construction loan secured by assisted living and senior housing facility in Westchester County, New York
- Capital One arranges $534.9 million term loan for acquisition of 34 medical office buildings
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