Eric Berardi represents financial institutions, debt funds and loan servicers in connection with the acquisition, modification and resolution of distressed commercial real estate loans, including the pursuit of foreclosure, deed-in-lieu of foreclosure and receivership remedies. Additionally, Mr. Berardi represents a variety of companies on the disposition of hotel, office, retail and multifamily housing properties across the United States.
Represented a special servicer on an A/B loan modification for a $127,440,000 CMBS loan secured by an office tower in Chicago.
Represented a federal receiver and CMBS special servicer on the sales of 6 franchised hotels in 5 states for $52 million in the aggregate in satisfaction of a specially-serviced CMBS loan.
Represented a joint venture on the sale of a portfolio of apartment complexes in Georgia for $106 million, with a portion of the purchase price based on the assumption of the 3 existing Freddie Mac loans.
Represented an institutional equity fund on the sale of a $147 million office building in California.
Represented an institutional debt fund on the acquisition of a portfolio of 22 loans with a principal balance of $153 million secured by 26 hotels and movie theatres across 11 states.
Represented a special servicer on the restructuring of a $29 million co-op loan secured by a co-op in Brooklyn, New York.
Represented an institutional equity fund on the sale of a $130 million office building in Connecticut, with a portion of the sales price based on the assumption of the existing CMBS loan.
Represented an institutional equity fund on the sale of a $214 million apartment complex in California.
Represented an institutional debt fund on the acquisition of a $41 million mezzanine loan secured by a hotel in New York City.
Represented a special servicer on a deed-in-lieu of foreclosure for a unionized New York City hotel securing a $92,500,000 CMBS loan.
Represented an institutional equity fund on the sale of a $43 million single tenant office building in New Jersey.
Represented an institutional equity fund on the sale of a $149 million apartment complex in Florida.
Represented a publicly traded REIT in connection with the sales of over 80 conventional and affordable multifamily residential properties nationwide over a two year period.
Emory University School of Law J.D. (2001)
Binghamton University B.A. (1998)
New York (2012)
Decatur Education Foundation, AIM Scholar Mentor
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