Negotiated $320 million mortgage and mezzanine loan on behalf of a self-storage REIT
Represented a commercial bank in documentation of a $60 million syndicated construction loan
Daniel Bray serves as the leader of Denver’s Husch Blackwell’s Banking & Finance team. In his second decade of practice, Bray represents lenders and borrowers in all aspects of commercial real estate lending. His focus includes the origination and servicing of construction, bridge, mezzanine and permanent loans, as well as syndicated and participated credit facilities.
He has particular expertise in loans secured by multifamily, office, industrial, self-storage, manufactured housing, hospitality, resort and senior housing properties. Bray also helps his clients resolve troubled commercial loans, through loan sales, workouts, foreclosures, collections and lender-liability litigation, mechanic’s lien litigation, contested receivership litigation, bankruptcy representation and REO sales.
Transactions include negotiating a $320 million mortgage and mezzanine loan on behalf of a self-storage REIT, and representing a commercial bank in documentation and due diligence of a $60 million syndicated construction loan secured by a Tennessee multifamily project.
Prior to practicing law, Bray worked in the finance industry. He consulted in the areas of business valuation, quantitative modeling, and price and risk forecasting at The International Finance Corporation (World Bank Group), The Export-Import Bank of the United States, ICF International and McGladrey.
Bray is ranked in Chambers USA, Banking & Finance.
These are some of the reasons why we are honoring Daniel Bray with Connect CRE’s 2022 Phoenix & Southwest Lawyers in Real Estate Award. The award celebrates real estate attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their practice and the larger community.
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