Greg Dolinsky

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Greg Dolinsky

Associate

Charlotte | Bank of America Corporate Center, 100 North Tryon Street, Suite 4000, Charlotte, NC 28202-2135
+1 704 339 3118 | +1 704 339 3101

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Greg Dolinsky focuses his practice on the financing, development, acquisition and disposition (including securitization and syndication) of a wide variety of commercial real estate properties, including office buildings, hotels, retail properties, and multi-family properties. Mr. Dolinsky routinely represents banks, insurance companies, private equity funds and other institutional lenders in the origination of mortgage and mezzanine loans, with a particular focus on construction loans. He also has significant experience negotiating co-lender and intercreditor agreements and selling whole loans and loan participation interests.

Mr. Dolinsky also counsels financial institutions in connection with the origination of warehouse lending transactions that are structured as master repurchase facilities or credit facilities.

Additionally, Mr. Dolinsky has significant experience representing both landlords and tenants in a wide variety of commercial lease transactions.

Prior to joining Dechert, Mr. Dolinsky served as an associate in the real estate group of another prominent, international law firm.

Experience
  • Origination of a US$225 million mortgage loan to finance the development of a Manhattan residential apartment complex.
  • Origination of a US$165 million mortgage loan to finance the acquisition and development of a Manhattan office building.
  • Origination of a US$90 million mortgage loan to finance the development of a Washington D.C. office building.
  • A major commercial bank in establishing a US$250 million warehouse facility for performing commercial loans.
  • Origination of a US$165 million mortgage loan to finance the construction of a Brooklyn residential condominium.
  • Origination of a US$106 million mortgage loan to finance the construction of a Manhattan office building.
  • A major commercial bank in establishing a US$300 million repurchase facility for tax liens.
  • Origination of a US$240 million mortgage loan to finance capital improvement work and fund tenant improvement allowances for a Washington D.C. office and retail building.
  • Origination of a US$321 million mortgage loan with respect to a Manhattan office building and negotiation of Co-Lender Agreement in connection therewith.
  • Origination of a US$900 million mortgage loan to finance capital improvement work and fund tenant improvement allowances for a Manhattan office building and subsequent securitization of such loan as a single asset securitization.
  • Origination of a US$400 million mortgage and mezzanine loan with respect to a multi-state hotel portfolio.
  • Origination of a US$350 million mortgage and mezzanine loan to finance the development of a Manhattan apartment complex.
  • A real estate fund in the origination of numerous facilities structured as master repurchase facilities for the acquisition and realization of non-performing real estate mortgage loans.
  • Various tenants in connection with the negotiation of office and retail leases in Manhattan, including the headquarters lease of a major investment bank.

Includes matters handled at Dechert or prior to joining the firm.

Education
  • University of Virginia, B.A., 2004, Jefferson Scholar, Dean’s List
  • Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 2008, Associate Managing Editor, Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial and Commercial Law
Admissions
  • North Carolina
  • New York