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Paul Hastings Represents J.P. Morgan in Three Real Estate Financings

November 30, 2012

New York Paul Hastings LLP, a leading global law firm, announced today that the firm represented J.P. Morgan Asset Management on three separate financing transactions that closed in November.

The most recent was a $214 million mortgage loan for the 902,000-square-foot China Basin Landing office complex in San Francisco which is owned by a joint venture controlled by a commingled pension trust fund advised by J.P. Morgan. HSBC Bank USA National Association and Dekabank Deutsche Girozentrale acted as the lead arrangers for the loan.

Real Estate partner

and associate led the Paul Hastings team, which included associates , , and case assistant John Ferguson.

This month Paul Hastings also recently represented another borrower controlled by the same J.P. Morgan commingled pension trust fund in connection with a $130 million mortgage loan funding for a 38 story luxury multifamily and mixed use property in New York City. HSBC Bank USA National Association, acted as administrative agent and lead arranger for this transaction. Partner David Snediker and associate

led the Paul Hastings team with associates Lynn Feng, Keith Edelstein and assisting on the transaction.

This month the firm also closed a mezzanine loan provided by a different J.P. Morgan advised fund which acted as mezzanine lender to support the acquisition of the Baltimore Harbor Place Mall by AAC HP REALTY LLC. That transaction was led by Of Counsel

and associate working with partners David Snediker and .

Paul Hastings LLP is a leading global law firm with offices in Asia, Europe, and the United States. We provide innovative legal solutions to financial institutions and Fortune 500 companies. Please visit www.paulhastings.com for more information

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