Nitya Kumar Goyal


Nitya Kumar Goyal


Philadelphia | Cira Centre, 2929 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States of America 19104-2808
+1 215 994 2165 | +1 215 994 2222


Nitya Kumar Goyal focuses her practice in the area of commercial real estate finance. She represents banks, insurance companies, institutional lenders and private equity investors in mortgage and mezzanine loan origination (including construction loans) secured by a wide variety of commercial real estate properties, including office buildings, hotels and retail properties, as well as loan participations, syndications and other co-lender arrangements. She also has significant experience in credit tenant lease financing and large-ticket equipment and infrastructure/energy project financing. 

Prior to joining Dechert, Ms. Kumar Goyal worked as an associate in the real estate practice group of another international law firm where she represented private equity funds in commercial real estate acquisitions, dispositions, and mortgage and mezzanine financings for single assets as well as hotel and office building portfolios.

  • Georgetown University Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, B.SFS, 2008, cum laude
  • The George Washington University Law School, J.D., 2011, with High Honors; Order of the Coif; Managing Editor, The George Washington Law Review
  • Pennsylvania
  • New York
  • Massachusetts
  • Represented a global bank, as lender, in connection with the origination of a US$500 million mortgage loan and US$260 million mezzanine loan secured by 12 properties (including 5 office properties, 5 retail properties, 1 parking garage and 1 hotel) located in Manhattan, New York.
  • Represented two U.S. banks, as lenders, in connection with the refinancing and origination of a US$576 million mortgage loan secured by 13 retail centers and a movie theatre located in Arizona, California, Texas and Virginia. The mortgage loan was later securitized in a single-asset, stand-alone transaction.
  • Represented a global bank, as lender, in connection with the origination of a US$325 million mortgage loan and US$100 million mezzanine financing of four office/retail buildings in Brooklyn, NY.
  • United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, Honorable Christopher C. Conner