Daniel Lord focuses his practice on commercial real estate with an emphasis on development, investment, leasing, and finance. He has significant experience representing owners, developers and financial institutions in a wide variety of commercial real estate transactions including development, financing, purchase and sale transactions, leasing, workouts and REO sales.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Lord worked as an associate in the commercial real estate section of a Texas-based law firm where he represented financial institutions and borrowers in a variety of commercial real estate transactions.
Represented local real estate developer in the acquisition and development of a multi-phase Raleigh mixed-use development project, including structuring and negotiating the joint venture and development arrangement, property acquisition, and financing.
Represented local real estate developer in negotiating land acquisition, development contract, and corresponding financing for urban redevelopment project located in Raleigh.
Represented local real estate developer in multi-phase acquisition of multifamily project located in Raleigh, including structuring and negotiating development arrangement, property acquisition, and financing.
Represented real estate developer in senior and mezzanine financing secured by a Class A office tower located in downtown Atlanta, including corresponding equity restructuring.
University of Texas School of Law J.D. (2012) with honors
Texas A&M University B.S. (2007) cum laude
North Carolina (2018)
Raleigh Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Raleigh Class of 2020, Member
Midtown Raleigh Alliance, Board of Directors
Boys and Girls Club of Wake County, Committee Member
NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association, Member
Urban Land Institute, Member
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