The attorneys of Radler White Parks & Alexander LLP are known around the region as top-flight dealmakers. From initial strategy through implementation to closing and beyond, we remain firmly focused on fulfilling the client’s vision. Land use and real estate projects are complex and often unpredictable. You need a legal team with the experience, skill and tenacity to address any challenge that arises.
Jack Conners has assisted a number of institutional investors in the acquisition of office, retail, industrial and mixed-use properties. These have included a $43 million multi-state office and light industrial portfolio, a $59.6 million office tower in downtown Phoenix, Arizona, a $41.5 million office complex in San Mateo, California, a $67 million mixed-use project in Phoenix, Arizona, a $17 million office complex in Redmond, Washington, a $39.5 million office building in downtown Portland, and numerous large retail and lifestyle centers around the country. Jack represented an international institutional investor in the acquisition of a three-block retail, office and multi-family project in downtown Portland valued at approximately $295 million. He also represented one of the world’s largest technology companies in a $92.1 million acquisition of eight office buildings needed for a campus expansion in the Bay Area.
Jack Conners has represented sophisticated clients in the disposition of real estate portfolios and properties around the region. He represented a private equity firm in the sale of three office and light industrial complexes in Salt Lake City, Utah for approximately $64 million. He represented local developers in the sale of a vacant block in downtown Portland for development of an internationally branded hotel, and in the sale of $39 million apartment building to an international investment firm. Jack also represented an institutional client in the sale of a $42.9 million mixed-use project in San Leandro, California, and a regional bank in the disposition of various bank-owned properties around the state of Oregon.
REAL ESTATE FINANCE
Jack Conners represented an institutional borrower in a $48.9 million mortgage and mezzanine financing of an office tower in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. Jack assisted a merchant banking firm with a bridge loan made in connection with the acquisition of a multi-family property in downtown Portland. He represented a real estate management and investment company in the refinancing of a Portland office building and the related special purpose entity restructuring. Jack also represented a local developer in a $15 million refinance of a Portland apartment building. He has also represented his clients on numerous other acquisition financings, refinancings, joint venture equity financings and loan assumptions.
Jack Conners has represented tenants and landlords in office, retail, industrial, warehouse and distribution, and medical services leasing transactions. Jack represented large Dallas, Texas-based special servicer clients in leasing bank-owned office, retail and industrial properties throughout the country.
MISCELLANEOUS REAL ESTATE WORK
Jack Conners represented a local developer in a $20 million private equity offering and in the subsequent acquisition and financing of several urban neighborhood properties. He also represented a university in a $48 million bond financing, ground lease and development agreement supporting new campus housing and a dining facility.