Commercial real estate financings (including construction, permanent and mezzanine loans), acquisitions and dispositions, and leasing and management are the focus of Robert Mack's practice. Rob represents REITs, investment funds and developers. Rob is a Director who brings over 25 years of experience to the firm's clients.
- Representation of Beacon Capital Partners in the acquisition and financing of 30 properties located in the District of Columbia, Virginia and Seattle consisting of over 11.5 million square feet of office space.
- Representation of Beacon Capital Partners in the financing of properties located in London and Paris.
- Represented Beacon Capital Partners and PaineWebber Real Estate in $175 Million secured financing of One Kendall Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts (securitized loan).
- Represented Beacon Capital Partners in sale of Technology Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
- Acquisition financings for Beacon Capital Partners with respect to properties in Massachusetts, Virginia, Washington, D.C., New York, California, Illinois and Washington.
- Represented Beacon Properties (Public REIT) in all financings throughout U.S. (1994-1997), including secured and unsecured revolving credit facilities.
- Represented Northland Investment Corporation as landlord in 230,000+ square foot office lease with The Lincoln National Life Insurance Company at Metro Center, Hartford, Connecticut.
- Represented landlord in 300,000+ square foot office/retail lease with Fleet Bank at 75 State Street, Boston, MA.
- Represented New England Development in $105,000,000 permanent financing of Mall of New Hampshire.
Professional and Community Involvement
- Board of Directors – BOMA Boston
Awards and Recognition
- Martindale Hubbell Peer Review Rated AV Preeminent TM
- Top Rated Lawyer in Banking and Finance Law, 2013
- Top Rated Lawyer in Real Estate, 2013
- Massachusetts Super Lawyers, 2005
- Who's Who in Executives and Professionals, 2001-2002
- Speaker, MCLE Seminar on Leasing
- Panelist, Fantini & Gorga Program on Borrower Financing Issues