Gregory M.Carpenter (Greg)

Partner

Irvine + 1.949.553.7564

Greg Carpenter represents national and regional financial institutions in structuring, negotiating, and documenting secured and unsecured loan transactions throughout the country ranging in size from $10 million to more than one billion dollars. Greg's experience includes financing a wide variety of real estate assets, including office and industrial buildings, retail centers, golf courses, sports facilities, hotels, residential developments, affordable housing and redevelopment projects, and residential and commercial condominium projects.

Greg's practice focuses on real estate financing transactions, including unsecured or equity-secured REIT facilities, acquisition and development loans, construction loans, bridge loans, mezzanine loans, participating/contingent interest loans, multiproperty revolving credit facilities, tenant-in-common credit facilities, working capital lines of credit, equipment lines of credit, syndications, participations, and other intercreditor transactions. He also regularly assists lenders in restructuring distressed loans, workouts, foreclosures, and other related matters.

Greg is a member of the American Bar Association. He has written on new registration requirements for foreclosed properties.

Experience

  • National bank provides financing for industrial portfolio located in eight statesJones Day represented a national bank as administrative agent and lead lender in connection with a $391.5 million syndicated loan secured by an industrial portfolio located in eight states.
  • Financial institution provides $255 million term loan secured by office campus in Austin, TexasJones Day represented a financial institution as administrative agent and lead lender in connection with a $255 million term loan secured by an office campus in Austin, Texas.
  • Agent bank provides $850 million financing to public homebuilderJones Day represented an agent bank in the documentation of a $600 million revolving credit facility and a $250 million term loan provided to a public homebuilder.
  • U.S. Bank National Association provides $87 million term loan secured by industrial building portfolio located in California, Washington, and OregonJones Day represented U.S. Bank National Association, as administrative agent and lead lender, in a $87 million term loan secured by an industrial building portfolio located in California, Washington, and Oregon.
  • Financial institution provides $250 million revolving credit facility secured by commercial real estate assetsJones Day represented a financial institution, as administrative agent and lead lender, in a $250 million revolving credit facility secured by commercial real estate assets.
  • Major financial institution provides $160 million financing to private homebuilderJones Day represented a major financial institution as administrative agent in connection with a $160 million loan provided to a private homebuilder.
  • Financial institution provides $350 million credit facility to real estate investment trustJones Day represented a financial institution, as administrative agent and joint lead arranger, in connection with a $350 million credit facility provided to a real estate investment trust.
  • Housing Capital Company provides $175 million construction facility to homebuilderJones Day represented U.S. Bank National Association d.b.a. Housing Capital Company, as administrative agent, in connection with a $175 million secured revolving construction facility provided to a homebuilder.
  • Major financial institution provides $444 million secured loan for construction of two 8-story Class A office buildings in Sunnyvale, CaliforniaJones Day represented a major financial institution in connection with a $444 million secured loan for the construction of two 8-story Class A office buildings in Sunnyvale, California.
  • U.S. Bank National Association provides $300 million construction loan for mixed-use regional shopping center in Mountain View, CaliforniaJones Day represented U.S. Bank National Association, as agent, in connection with a $300 million construction loan for a mixed-use regional shopping center in Mountain View, California.
  • The following represents experience acquired prior to joining Jones Day.

    Represented an agent bank on a multistate $275 million syndicated borrowing base loan to a developer for acquisition and construction of urban housing projects.

    Represented an agent bank on a multistate $250 million syndicated borrowing base loan to a developer for acquisition and construction of housing projects.

    Represented an agent bank on a multistate $150 million syndicated loan to an asset manager for the acquisition of office buildings.

    Represented a national bank on a $100 million loan to a developer for acquisition and construction of housing projects.

    Represented a national bank on a $27 million loan to a developer for construction of a mixed-use project.

    Represented a national bank on a $16 million loan to a developer for construction of a for-sale office condominium building.

    Represented a national bank on a $11 million loan to a developer for construction of a retail center.

    Represented a mezzanine lender on a $7 million loan to a developer for repositioning of a multifamily project.

    Represented a lead lender on the workout and foreclosure of a loan secured by undeveloped land.

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