Philip H. Ebling practices in the area of real estate law. Mr. Ebling's experience includes joint ventures, loan workouts, secured and mezzanine financing, acquisitions and dispositions, private equity investments, commercial and retail leasing, and hospitality management arrangements.
Mr. Ebling is a 1986 cum laude graduate of Harvard Law School and a graduate of Stanford University, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
· Represented owner/user in four-phase world headquarters development and financing in Foster City, Calif., for a Fortune 100 company.
· Represented investment management member in joint-venture acquisition and development of a 400,000 square foot office tower (under construction) as part of public-private mixed-use development inside the Chicago Loop.
· Represented investment management member in $4.4 billion loan transaction to finance acquisition of $5.4 billion multifamily asset in Manhattan, New York City. Representation included building flexibility into loan documents to permit major equity infusion in the future.
· Represented buyer/borrower in $500 million acquisition of 200,000 acres of forest land in Humboldt County, Calif., out of bankruptcy, including negotiation of a $375 million acquisition credit facility.
· Represented hospitality company in $300 million joint-venture acquisition of major luxury hotel in Maui, Hawaii, utilizing "mixing bowl" partnership structure.
Areas of Practice
· Real Estate Law
· Duane Morris LLP
- Partner, 2010-present
· Goodwin Procter LLP
- Partner, 2006-2010
· Centex Homes
- Regional General Counsel, West Coast Region, 2004
· Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe LLP
- Attorney, 1985-2004
· American Bar Association
· The State Bar of California
- Real Property Law Section
· Bar Association of San Francisco
· Urban Land Institute
· Belden Club
Selected Speaking Engagements
· Speaker, "Borrower's Agenda," Commercial Real Estate 2012: Getting Back to Business, San Francisco, CA, February 14, 2012