Kevin S. Kinigstein
Cox, Castle & Nicholson
Kevin has extensive experience structuring, negotiating and documenting complex real estate transactions for a wide variety of clients, including public pension funds, seniors housing operators, private investment funds, and other owners, operators, and developers of real estate. Kevin routinely works on transactions involving many types of real estate assets, including seniors housing communities, office buildings (including medical office buildings), retail, multi-family, industrial, and raw land.
Acquisitions And Dispositions
Kevin’s clients rely on him to structure, document, negotiate, and close acquisitions and dispositions of their real estate assets. This representation includes all aspects of purchase and sale transactions, including assistance with the due diligence process, lease review and the negotiation of ancillary documents such as property management agreements, reciprocal easement agreements, broker agreements, construction agreements, and easements.
Joint Venture Transactions And Related Structures
Kevin regularly represents both operators and investors involved in complex joint venture transactions. Kevin’s experience structuring and negotiating joint ventures extends to a wide variety of joint venture strategies, including one-time acquisitions of individual property or portfolios and long-term acquisition and development platforms. In addition to traditional joint venture structures, Kevin also negotiates alternative partnership structures, such as master lease relationships and convertible debt arrangements.
Real Estate Finance Transactions
Borrowers rely on Kevin to negotiate financing for their real estate assets. This includes traditional mortgage and construction loans, agency loans (including Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac loans), and syndicated loans. As with all aspects of Kevin’s practice, his experience representing borrowers extends to many types of real estate, including seniors housing facilities, office buildings (including medical office buildings), multi-family, hospitality, retail, and raw land. Additionally, Kevin advises clients regarding their rights under existing loans and assists clients with loan modifications, loan assumptions, and loan workouts.
Although Kevin represents a wide range of clients, he is particularly adept at representing owners and operators of seniors housing facilities. Given the breadth of Kevin’s seniors housing experience, his ability to counsel clients extends beyond the mere negotiation of transactions, but also to advising clients on the risks unique to the industry. Kevin works on all types of seniors housing transactions, including traditional acquisitions, loan-to-own note acquisitions, joint ventures, financings (including both balance sheet and agency debt), management agreements, and master lease transactions. He has experience working with all types of assets within the sector, including independent living, assisted living, memory care, and skilled nursing.