Samuel Zylberberg is a partner in Weil’s Real Estate practice and is based in New York. Mr. Zylberberg has extensive national experience in a broad range of real estate transactions and related areas including lending, leasing, acquisitions, sales, private equity, joint ventures, and restructurings.
Mr. Zylberberg's mortgage loan experience includes approximately 20 years of experience in the origination of large commercial mortgage loans secured by hotels, offices, residential and mixed-use properties, including loans to be included in commercial mortgage-backed securitizations (and related bridge and mezzanine loans), construction loans, multi-asset and multi-state loans and loan restructurings, convertible loans, syndicated loans, and acquisition and sale of loans.
Mr. Zylberberg's extensive leasing experience includes representation of landlords and tenants in the leasing of office, retail, hotel, sports arena, and other commercial leases.
Mr. Zylberberg has represented purchasers and sellers in single-asset and multi-asset acquisition and disposition of a wide range of commercial properties.
Mr. Zylberberg is recognized as a “Notable Practitioner” for Real Estate Acquisitions and Real Estate Finance in the U.S. by IFLR1000. He is also recommended for real estate by Best Lawyers in America, Legal 500 US and Super Lawyers.
Recent representations included transactions for:
- Goldman Sachs
- General Growth Properties
- Fortress Investment Group
- Brookfield Asset Management
- Macquarie Capital (USA) Inc.
- General Electric Co.
- Jumeirah Group
- Lindsay Goldberg
- MGM Resort International
- Reader's Digest Association, Inc. (n/k/a Trusted Media Brands, Inc.)
- Guggenheim Partners
- CCMP Capital Advisors, LLC
- Extell Development Company
- Habas Group (The)
- New York Racing Association
- Providence Equity Partners
- American Securities
- Silverpoint Capital L.P.
- Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.
Mr. Zylberberg received his J.D. from Fordham University School of Law where he served on Fordham Law Review, and his B.S., magna cum laude, from Brooklyn College.