Sally Enriquez represents owners, investors and developers in the acquisition, disposition and financing of office, industrial and other commercial properties as well as entitlement and land sales for master planned residential and commercial common-interest developments. Ms. Enriquez also has worked extensively with both lenders and borrowers, advising them in the origination and restructuring of real property secured loans as well as enforcement of remedies upon default thereof.
Acquisition and Disposition of Commercial Properties Ms. Enriquez has extensive experience in negotiation and drafting of agreements for purchase, sale and equity investment transactions involving a broad range of commercial properties and land sales. Her work in this area also encompasses entity formation relating to joint ventures and other forms of equity investments as well as due diligence investigations to confirm value of potential acquisitions.
Real Property Finance Ms. Enriquez has represented owners and investors in self-storage projects, office and apartment portfolios in negotiating financing agreements for both secured loans and equity investments. Ms. Enriquez has also represented a wide range of institutional lenders, from insurance companies to CMBS conduit lenders, in the origination of commercial mortgages on multi-family, hotel and resort, warehouse/industrial and office properties as well as acquisition, securitization and sale of large commercial mortgage portfolios. Ms. Enriquez’s practice also includes advising lenders and special servicers in the enforcement of remedies on securitized loans.
Construction Ms. Enriquez represents a major regional construction company in negotiating general construction contracts and subcontracts for large multi-family and mixed-use projects as well as resolution of any payment and performance disputes that arise during the course thereof.
Commercial Common Interest Developments Ms. Enriquez has served as counsel to several developers of multiple office condominium and planned development projects in preparing common-interest documents. On many of these projects, Ms. Enriquez has also served as sole transaction counsel responsible for structuring and negotiating sales of properties within the planned developments.