Awards & Rankings 08.19.21
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An acknowledged leader in the area of repurchase credit facilities and warehouse lines of credit, Bob Grados counsels clients in matters involving real estate structured finance on a national basis. His practice includes loan origination, complex credit facilities, and mezzanine financings.
Bob is experienced in working with a variety of national and regional financial institutions, REITs, real estate investment funds, insurance companies, and institutional investors in structured finance transactions, including syndicated, securitized, and single-lender mezzanine and mortgage loans; construction and permanent loans; corporate, warehouse, and subscription credit facilities; "repo" transactions; and other complex structured financings, including cross-border matters. Bob's practice also focuses on the workout and restructuring of troubled real estate loans and credit facilities. In addition, he has extensive experience in representing property owners and developers in the acquisition, disposition, construction, leasing, and development of commercial and multifamily real estate.
Bob is a former trustee and president on the Irvington Union Free School District Board of Education in Irvington, New York. He has been acknowledged repeatedly in the Chambers USA and in The Legal 500 publications.
J.D., University of Pittsburgh School of Law, 1995
B.A., University of Michigan, 1991