Mark Palmer focuses his practice on syndicated real estate loans and other finance and securitization projects involving all property types, including office, industrial, retail, hospitality, multi-family, and condominium developments, as well as highly regulated property types such as casinos and health care facilities.

Mr. Palmer represents lenders and loan servicers in all aspects of loan origination and servicing, including performing loan matters, such as assumptions, property substitutions and reconfigurations, condominium conversions, mezzanine financing, preferred equity investing, and borrower restructurings, transfers of interest and mergers, and matters related to defaulted real estate loans and troubled assets. In connection with defaulted loans and troubled assets, he has extensive experience working with lenders and special servicers in work-outs and other resolutions relating to nonperforming loans, including restructurings of debt, loan modifications and extensions, and exercising lender rights and remedies.

Mr. Palmer also represents borrowers and lenders in a wide variety of other secured and unsecured complex commercial lending transactions and has experience in a broad range of other real estate transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions, and development. He joined the firm after practicing for three years at a large firm in Phoenix, Arizona.

Education

  • Indiana University School of Law, J.D. (1992)

    magna cum laude

  • University of Michigan, B.A., Economics (1985)

Bar Admissions

  • Georgia (1997)

Who We Are

Suite 2800, 1100 Peachtree Street NE
Atlanta, GA, 30309-4528
USA
t +1 214.922.7104

Mark Palmer

Experience Highlights

Transit Oriented Development and Financing
Representation of a corporate user and national developer in all aspects of a 50 acre transit-oriented development in Atlanta, Georgia with an urban more
Acquisition, Development, and Sales
Representation of a Fortune 15 corporation in connection with the acquisition, construction, and development of a transit-oriented office more
Mortgage Loan Workouts and Restructurings
Representation of banks, CMBS lenders, and other financial institutions in connection with multiple work-outs and restructurings, foreclosures, more
Syndicated Mortgage Lending

Representation of one of the largest U.S. financial institutions, as agent, collateral agent and lender, in connection with a $95 million more