Harvard Law School,
State University of New York at Stony Brook,
B.A., summa cum laude, 1980
Thompson Coburn Hahn & Hessen;
Hahn & Hessen;
Special Counsel, 1994-1998
Mark represents financial entities and commercial borrowers in all aspects of real estate lending and finance, including workouts and restructurings.
Mark advises U.S. and international banks as they finance real estate loans, sales, redevelopment and new construction across the country. He has particular experience in real estate workouts and restructurings (both inside and outside of bankruptcy) on both the lender and borrower side and in construction lending and bridge acquisition financing.
Mark also represents companies buying or selling real estate (including multifamily, shopping centers and commercial properties) and advises them on leasing matters as well.
Mark has worked on deals that have financed electrical and hydroelectric plants, retail and office locations, multi-family housing, gas stations, manufacturing facilities and warehouse space.
$300 million multistate loan (representing the lender) for water cooling facilities.
$1 billion multistate loan (representing the borrower) for aluminum manufacturing facilities.
$300 million shopping mall loan (representing the lender).
The sale of automotive facilities, and the purchase and sale of retail shopping malls, office buildings and multi-family housing complexes.
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