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    Robert Ivanhoe

    Greenberg Traurig
    200 Park Avenue
    New York, NY 10166

    Robert Ivanhoe is global head of real estate at Greenberg Traurig, a law firm in New York. He specializes in real estate structuring, financing, workouts, restructuring, acquisitions, and dispositions. Over the course of his career, Ivanhoe has played a part in some of New Yorks biggest deals. He represented the Chetrit Group in their $1.1 billion pick-up of Sony Corps US headquarters in 2006. In another deal in excess of a billion dollars, Ivanhoe represented Dividend Capital Total Realty Trust in its acquisition of a 32-property portfolio from iStar Financial for $1.3 billion. Other major acquisitions include the Waldorf Astoria Hotel for $1.95 billion and The Plaza Hotel. At $5.4 billion, Ivanhoe represented MetLife in the sale of Peter Cooper Village and Stuyvesant Town to Tishman Speyer in 2006, one of the largest real estate deals ever.

    Adding to the list of major real estate players with whom Ivanhoe has worked, Ivanhoe helped to secure $700 million in financing for Larry Silverstein at his River Place II HFA 80/20 development in Manhattan, touted as the largest residential construction loan in American history.

    Ivanhoe holds a JD from the American University Washington College of Law.


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