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Hannah Lidicker

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Area of Focus: Real Estate
Hannah Lidicker

 Hannah is a transactional real estate attorney focusing on the purchase, sale, financing, and leasing of property. She also uses her real estate skills in the Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities (CMBS) practice representing special servicer lenders in the purchase and sale of property, or modifications to their assets and in the Affordable Housing practice representing affordable housing developers. During law school, Hannah was elected to serve as Editor-in-Chief for the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, one of the most prominent and widely cited legal journals devoted to comparative and international law. 

Q & A
Why was Miami the right choice to pursue your legal career in real estate?
Miami is one of the most diverse and interesting real estate markets in the country. Ever present issues like climate change and sea-level rising, place our clients at the forefront of establishing best practices for construction and development along coastal waters. Limited land availability has also prompted large-scale, mixed-use developments that are redefining the way we think of our living spaces. It is rewarding to help reshape the city and the way we live in it. 
How did you choose Bilzin Sumberg to start your career?

I researched law firms all over the country to find a sophisticated real estate practice where I would have the opportunity for direct mentorship with partners and client interaction.

Representation of Miami Design District Associates, a real estate developer, in the consummation of a $500 million first mortgage loan. The new loan, which covered a larger parcel, refinanced existing construction financing in the amount of $490 million.
Representation of a major U.S. developerin connection with a $142 million construction loan for a seven-story, 525-unit multifamily apartment community in West Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Representation of purchaser of 100% of the membership interests of the owner of a newly constructed apartment tower for $184.5 million. The apartment tower is located in the air space above a mixed-use project in downtown Miami, Florida.
Representation of real estate developer in obtaining a $105 million inventory loan for a Miami residential condominium tower. The loan refinanced multiple original construction loans on the building.
Representation of a Fortune 500 developer in connection with a joint venture with one of the largest global private equity firms and a $75 million construction loan to develop a 250-plus unit multi-family mixed-use development in the greater Boston area. Representation included the negotiation of re...
Representation of Multiplan Real Estate Asset Management, a real estate development firm, in a $58.5 million construction loan for 57 Ocean, a luxury, mid-rise, 71-unit oceanfront condominium in Miami Beach, Florida. The financing was obtained amid the social-distancing mandate and widespread shutdo...
Representation of a major U.S. developer in connection with a $66 million construction loan for a 260-plus unit student housing project in Tempe, Arizona, as well as the negotiation of a joint venture agreement with a Chicago-based investment management firm to capitalize the acquisition, and negoti...
  • Vanderbilt University, J.D., 2018
    University of Pennsylvania, B.A., magna cum laude, 2013
  • Penn Club of Miami
    United Way of Miami-Dade

    LINC Miami, Member
    Young Leaders, Member
    Associate Legal Mingle, Planning Committee Member
    Women United, Member

  • Florida