Drew Karlberg is an associate in the Real Estate, Energy, Land Use & Environmental Practice Group in the firm's Washington, D.C. office.
Areas of Practice
Drew Karlberg focuses his practice on representing institutional lenders, financial institutions, private commercial lenders, and insurance companies on a wide range of real estate lending transactions involving virtually every type of real estate asset. Drew is experienced in all facets of real estate lending, advising on lending issues, and drafting and negotiating documents for loans originated to be held on the balance sheet, to be sold in the commercial mortgage-backed securities market or to be syndicated (ranging from small facilities with a few lenders to large facilities with several lenders). Drew has significant experience handling transactions involving fixed-rate, construction, bridge, floating-rate, and mezzanine loan transactions secured by all asset classes, including office, retail, hotel, multifamily, student housing, and industrial properties located throughout the United States. Drew has also advised lenders regarding workouts and restructuring of defaulted and non-performing loans.
In addition, Drew has experience handling landlord/tenant disputes, residential mortgage foreclosures and modifications and consumer financial services litigation.
- $350 million syndicated construction loan for an apartment building in California.
- $300 million syndicated term loan for a portfolio of commercial properties across the United States.
- $175 million syndicated term loan for a portfolio of industrial properties across the United States.
- $110 million syndicated construction loan for a mixed-use property in Virginia.
- $105 million securitized acquisition loan for a multi-family apartment building in Georgia
- $98 million securitized acquisition loan with preferred equity for an apartment building in Texas
- $95 million syndicated acquisition loan for an office building in South Carolina.
- $95 million syndicated acquisition loan for a shopping center in New York.
- $80 million 80/20 letter of credit and mezzanine loan facility in New York.
- $70 million syndicated acquisition loan for a portfolio of commercial properties across the United States.
- $55 million construction loan for a business park in California.
J.D., Temple University, 2016
M.A., Northern Illinois University 2012
B.A., Calvin College, 2010
- District of Columbia
- New Jersey