David Moss is a Partner at MSF in the Real Estate Group. Mr. Moss provides real estate and related corporate legal advice to clients in a broad range of sectors. Mr. Moss routinely represents developers, lenders, investors, landlords and tenants with respect to a wide variety of commercial real estate transactions including acquisitions, sales, GP and LP investments, workouts, disputes and litigations. In addition, Mr. Moss prides himself on being a deal-making lawyer, focused on helping clients realize business objectives.
The George Washington University Law School. J.D.
Albion College. B.A. History
State of New York
Before joining MSF in 2005, Mr. Moss was an attorney at McDermott Will & Emery LLP and Solomon and Weinberg LLP (now Greenberg Traurig, LLP).
Represented lender in workout and restructure of subordinate construction loan with senior lender and borrower.
Represented developer in ground lease development project.
Represented syndicate in $93,000,000 acquisition and sale leaseback of office park with mortgage and mezzanine financing.
Represented sponsor in $10,000,000 purchase and financing of lower east side mixed use property.
Represented REIT in connection with $240,000,000 acquisition of office building and fee and leasehold debt.
Represented developer in connection with $32,000,000 sale of office building with defeasance of underlying mortgage.
Represented developer in connection with $120,000,000 tax-structured disposition of boutique hotel in New York City.
Represented fund in connection with $11,000,000 preferred equity investment.
Represented developer in connection with $15,000,000 acquisition of New York City office building as part of an assemblage.
Represented lender in connection with origination of $11,500,000 acquisition financing.
Represented lender in connection with $30,000,000 acquisition and construction financing in New York City.
Represented foreign lender in connection with $8,000,000 subordinate financing.
Represented motel developer in connection with $127,000,000 portfolio refinance of motels in over fifteen states.
Represented developer in connection with acquisition and development of New York City site for condominium conversion.
Represented landlords and tenants in office and retail leasing transactions.