Albert Alsaygh’s practice focuses on real estate transactions and related matters.

He regularly advises high-profile clients on complex real estate acquisitions, dispositions, and financing transactions, including securitized loans, balance sheet loans, mezzanine loans, and construction loans.

Albert joined the firm in 2017.

Notable Experiences

Notable Experience

  • ESL Investments in its $5.2 billion acquisition of substantially all of the assets of Sears Holdings, including over 800 properties valued at more than $1.5 billion.

  • Transamerica in its sale of the 48-story Transamerica Pyramid building complex in San Francisco for $650 million to a joint venture between real estate developer Michael Shvo and private equity firm Deutsche Finance America.

  • Brookfield, as borrower, in the origination of a $700 million mortgage and mezzanine financing made by Morgan Stanley secured by a portfolio of 20 industrial properties located across eight states.

  • A private equity fund, as lender, in numerous financings involving high-end resorts and recreation facilities.

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Selected Activities

Committee Member, Real Property Law Committee of the New York City Bar

Contributing Author, New York City Bar’s Model Mortgage Loan Opinion, Issued in August 2021