Tania Khatibifar is an associate in the Real Estate Practice Group in the New York office.
Tania’s practice focuses on a broad range of commercial real estate transactions, including sales and acquisitions, financings (both borrower and lender-side representation), preferred equity investments, joint ventures, ground leases, and restructurings. She regularly represents publicly-traded REITs, closely-held real estate companies, private equity funds, local developers, and individuals in projects across the country. Tania also has secondary market experience representing banks and non-bank financial institutions as issuers, loan sellers, underwriters, and investors in connection with public and private offerings of commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS).
With her breadth of experience, Tania understands the concerns of all stakeholders in a given transaction, which helps her advocate effectively on behalf of her clients while establishing credibility with others at the table.
Tania regularly devotes time to a broad range of pro bono matters. She also serves on the firm’s Pro Bono Committee.
Selected Publications and Speeches
- Note, The Need for a Patent-Centric Standard of Antitrust Review to Evaluate Reverse Payment Settlements, 23 FORDHAM INTELL. PROP. MEDIA & ENT. L.J. 1351 (2013).
- Over $200 million total invested in numerous preferred equity investment transactions in multifamily properties nationwide.
- $100 million sale of a multifamily residential development located in the Midwest.
- $100 million senior mortgage loan acquisition financing of a residential condominium development located near Chicago.
- $92 million construction and mezzanine loan restructuring of a retail and office property located in Times Square in New York City.
- $35 million senior mortgage refinancing of an office and industrial park located in California.
- $30 million sale of a ground lease interest in retail property located in downtown Manhattan, New York City.
J.D., Fordham University School of Law, 2014, cum laude
B.B.A., George Washington University, 2010, magna cum laude
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