Irwin I. Gzesh has well over 30 years of extensive inter-disciplinary experience in commercial real estate and corporate transactions, finance and business planning. His corporate experience includes mergers and acquisitions, joint venture formation, investment syndications, partnership dissolutions and secured lending. With respect to real estate transactions, Irwin has represented a broad spectrum of clients involved in all aspects of the development, acquisition, management, financing, work-out restructuring, leasing and disposition of commercial, industrial and residential properties. These clients include financial institutions, developers, investors, REITs, hoteliers, parking lot operators, gaming interests, and numerous publicly and privately held industrial, manufacturing and retailing concerns. His practice also includes the strategic disposition of substantial REO and portfolios of non-performing and sub-performing loans by open-outcry auction, sealed bid sales and internet auction sites. In that particular context, he has represented many sellers, purchasers and broker/auctioneers. Through his many years of transactional experience on behalf of financial institutions and many other sellers, along with his broad representation of some of the pre-eminent brokers and auctioneers of real estate assets and loans in America, Irwin has gained a multi-faceted perspective upon, and particular insight into, the legal, practical and strategic business considerations attendant to the efficient disposition of all types of properties and loans.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Irwin I. Gzesh