Casey Milianta

Casey Milianta

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Casey Milianta

Representative Matters

Hospitality Group Acquisition and Financing of Five Limited-Service Hotels

Representation of a hospitality group in connection with the acquisition, and financing of five limited-service hotels in North Carolina and South Carolina and the formation of a joint venture.

Big-Box Retailer Lease Transactions Across U.S.

Representation of a big box retailer in lease transactions across the country. This work often involves the acquisition and ground leasing of real estate, as well as the negotiation of reciprocal easement agreements with adjacent property owners.

Investment Fund Financing of the Acquisition of Leased and Owned Commercial Assets

Representation of an investment fund in connection with the financing of the acquisition of more than 1,000 leased and owned commercial assets throughout the United States.

Real Estate Investment Company Portfolio Sale of Multifamily Housing

Representation of a real estate investment company in connection with the sale of a portfolio of 16 multifamily housing communities valued at approximately $265M and the formation of a joint venture.

Investment Fund Office Space Lease In New York

Representation of an investment fund in connection with the lease of office space in a commercial property in New York, NY

Real Estate Investment Company Financing of the Acquisition of a Cooperative/Retail Property

Representation of a real estate investment company as lender in connection with the financing of the acquisition of a cooperative/retail property in New York, NY.

Boston Properties $2.3B Refinancing of General Motors (GM) Building in New York City

Representation of Boston Properties, Inc.in connection with the $2.3B refinancing of the General Motors (GM) Building, a 50-story office tower at 767 Fifth Avenue in New York City thought to be among the most valuable office properties in the world, through a 10-year, fixed-rate loan that replaces a $1.6 billion loan package. Boston Properties paid a record $2.9 billion for the trophy asset in 2008 and the loan for this refinance is the largest in New York City since the acquisition of Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village by Blackstone Group L.P. in 2015.