Michael A. Brenna

Counsel

Michael A. Brenna has broad experience in complex commercial real estate and financial transactions. He counsels clients in the acquisition, disposition, development, redevelopment, and financing considerations for various types of properties.

In notable matters, Mr. Brenna has represented:

  • a New Jersey non-profit developer in a $125 million complex mixed-use redevelopment project that involved property consisting of a public parking garage, retail and commercial office space, and a residential tower comprised of rental units and condominium units;
  • a prominent national bank in connection with a $69 million credit facility to a national real estate developer for the construction of a 359-unit multi family rental project located in Jersey City, New Jersey including the ground up construction of a 510-space parking deck;
  • a New Jersey non-profit developer in the $57 million sale of a 186-unit apartment-style residence building for Rutgers University students located in downtown New Brunswick, New Jersey;
  • a prominent national bank in connection with a $86 million credit facility to a national real estate developer for the construction of a 470 unit apartment complex consisting of five buildings located in Danbury, Connecticut;
  • a group of real estate developers in the acquisition of the former Hahnes department store in Newark, NJ, which included due diligence, property conveyance issues and documentation management;
  • a prominent national bank in connection with a $37 million credit facility to a national real estate developer for the construction of a 283-unit multi family rental project located in Jersey City, New Jersey involving historical tax credits;
  • a prominent national bank in connection with a $42 million credit facility to a national real estate developer for the construction of a 194-unit multi family rental project located in Stamford, Connecticut; and
  • a regional self-storage business in a $175 million complex sale of 21 facilities located in New Jersey and Pennsylvania which included three conduit mortgage loan defeasances and three conduit mortgage loan assumptions.

 



Michael A. Brenna

MICHAEL A. BRENNA
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New Brunswick, NJ
T. 732.448.2546
F. 732.846.8877

EDUCATION
  • J.D., cum laude, Suffolk University Law School, 1999
  • B.S., finance, magna cum laude, Rider University, 1993

ADMISSIONS
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • Pennsylvania