$100 Million Dispute Involving Failed Purchase of a Landmark Building


Representation of a New York and Canada-based global investment platform and integrated real estate services provider in a lawsuit involving the failed sale of a landmark downtown-Miami office building for $100 million. After the sale failed to close, the selling party laid claim to the $5.5 million earnest money deposit in escrow.  In a complete victory to our client, on May 2, 2021, the court granted our client’s motion for summary judgment and awarded it judgment for the entire $5.5 million escrow deposit.

Representation of Brightline, an affiliate of Florida East Coast Industries, Inc., in the procurement, land acquisition, and development of portions of the $2.4 billion high-speed passenger rail project connecting South and Central Florida. Passenger service will be created in central Florida and wi...
Structuring of multi-tiered senior and mezzanine loan credit facility in an aggregate loan amount in leases assumed of $1 billion, secured by a major office building complex in Manhattan.
Counsel to debtor in possession in the chapter 11 case of Cabi SMA Tower I LLLP, the developer of a proposed $60 million mixed-use facility on a 2.73-acre entire city block in the Brickell area of Downtown Miami. The case was an extremely contentious chapter 11 which resulted in the confirmation of ...