Robb D. Levine
Robb Levine joined McNaul Ebel as an attorney in the Real Estate and Capital Markets group in 2016 after graduating first in his class from New England School of Law and completing his LLM at Tel Aviv University. During law school, Robb served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Robert J. Cordy of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, and he served as articles editor of New England Law Review.
Robb’s practice focuses on negotiating and drafting a broad range of contracts spanning all aspects of the life cycle of a commercial real estate asset as well as other business transactions. He represents clients ranging from individuals to multibillion-dollar pension funds throughout the United States.
On the debt side, Robb has extensive experience representing borrowers and lenders with respect to a variety of debt facilities, secured and unsecured, including construction loans, permanent financing, mezzanine loans, bridge loans, wrap financing, loan workouts and restructuring existing debt facilities.
On the equity side, Robb serves as counsel to a variety of domestic and foreign equity and pension funds and other real estate investors (including real estate investment trusts) regarding joint ventures and development transactions, acquisitions and dispositions across all major markets in the United States.
Robb routinely negotiates complex commercial leases, management agreements, telecommunications agreements, brokerage and listing agreements, construction and architect agreements and other agreements related to the management of his clients’ assets.
A Seattle native, Robb enjoys all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer, particularly skiing, hiking, and epicurean adventures.