Colin Hedrick's practice focuses on the representation of commercial lenders in real estate finance transactions. He has experience representing lenders with respect to interim, permanent, construction, project, and other secured and unsecured financings, particularly for multifamily properties, condominium properties, storage facilities, office buildings, mixed-use buildings, and multiproperty portfolios throughout the United States with a focus on New York.
Colin also has in-house experience in rating securitized products focused on commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) and collateralized loan obligations (CLOs). Additionally, he has experience representing property owners and borrowers in the nursing home and assisted living facility markets in all aspects of the financing, purchase, and rehabilitation of failing facilities.
Before pursuing his legal career, Colin was a practicing architect focused primarily on condominium towers, office towers, hospitals, and health care facilities. He is a member of New York City's LGBT bar association and the New York State Bar Association.
- Brooklyn Law School (J.D. 2013; Journal of International Law; Sarah Robbins Memorial Scholarship; Student Bar Association Graduation Award; Gold Public Service Award); University of Oregon (Bachelor's in Architecture 2007, with a minor in Political Science)
- New York