Ginsberg Jacobs LLC provides business-oriented legal solutions to public and private entities in the areas of corporate, finance, litigation, real estate, trusts and estates, tax and tax credits. Our innovative business model departs from the “large firm” approach. We deliver client-focused legal services that are both efficient and of the highest quality.
Represented buyer in the $86 million acquisition of a nine-property portfolio in Chicago’s West Loop, South Loop, and River North neighborhoods.
Represented developer in the institutional joint venture and construction financing of a $100 million multifamily project built on the former parking lot of a church in Chicago’s River North.
Represented developer in the $350 million construction financing for an office tower in San Francisco.
Represented developer in the $60 million acquisition financing of 333 S. Wabash in Chicago.
Represented private equity fund in the sale of 100 N. LaSalle in Chicago.
Represented a private equity fund in the financing of a Gypsum Mine in Las Vegas, NV.
Represented a private equity fund in the acquisition financing of a Luxury Resort on St. John, USVI.
Represented developer in the institutional joint venture and construction financing of a $100 million multifamily high-rise project in Chicago’s River North neighborhood.
Represented developer in the $350 million construction financing of an office tower in San Francisco’s Transbay neighborhood.
Represented lender in the mortgage and mezzanine financing of a 20-property portfolio of industrial properties in Chicago’s O’Hare submarket.
Represented borrower in $6 million acquisition and $10 million financing for the development and construction of a 15-unit luxury apartment building in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood.
Represented client in acquisition of Burnham 600, a historic building built in 1912 by Chicago architect, Daniel Burnham, at 600 W. Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, IL 60606.
Represented owner in participation of $61.7 million financing of a historic building in Washington D.C., originally the Union Trust Building, and last home to the American Bar Association.
Represented owner in participation of $30 million financing of a four-building, 418,836 square foot office property in Naperville, IL.
Represented lender in connection with a $50 million loan for the construction and development of a student housing center at the University of Chicago.
- Steven “Sonny” F. Ginsberg Quoted in The Real Deal September 25, 2017
- Steven “Sonny” F. Ginsberg Quoted in CCIM Article September 12, 2017
- Michaeline A. Gordon Published in Daily Herald Business Ledger September 11, 2017
- Michele L. Krause Quoted in Construction Dive Article August 22, 2017
- Ginsberg Jacobs Names Equity Partner and Income Partner July 26, 2017