Holly Chamberlain's practice is focused on real estate finance and securitization. Holly represents financial institutions and investment banks in connection with the origination of mortgage loans secured by commercial office buildings, retail properties, hotels, warehouses, land and multifamily housing and including a significant number of multistate and multi-property pooled transactions. Holly also has extensive experience in the origination of mezzanine loans, construction loans and unsecured real estate loans including the negotiation of co-lender and intercreditor agreements, the servicing and sales of mortgage and mezzanine loans, the evaluation of existing loan and property portfolios to assist clients in the acquisition and disposition of such portfolios and the renegotiation of stressed mortgage and mezzanine loans. Holly has been recognized as a leading real estate lawyer by Chambers USA.
Transactions representative of Holly's experience include representation of a mortgage lender in the origination of a NYC office building and regional mall, each of which were securitized in single loan securitizations, representation of a lender in the origination of a $500 million mortgage and mezzanine loan secured by 50 properties and securitized in single loan securitizations, representing the mortgage lender in negotiating a restructuring of a mortgage loan secured by multiple hotels, representing the administrative agent on real estate matters for a secured credit facility for an energy company and representing master servicers and lenders in servicing matters for large securitized mortgage loans and related mezzanine loans secured by hotels and multifamily properties and representing a special servicer in the role of a foreign hotel. Additionally, Holly was a member of the team representing the lender and master servicer on the negotiations related to the securitized debt secured by 7 World Trade Center both pre- and post-9/11.
Holly received her J.D., magna cum laude, from New York Law School, where she was an Executive Articles Editor of the New York Law School Law Review, and her B.A. in history from the State University of New York at Binghamton. She is admitted to practice in the States of North Carolina, New York and Massachusetts (inactive).