Henry Loh II - Partner
Affordable housing, commercial real estate and secured lending transactions.
Bachelor of Arts, Brandeis University, 1998, Economics & History
Mr. Loh is an associate practicing in the firmís transactional group with an emphasis on affordable housing, financing and real estate. Mr. Loh represents developers and syndicators in multifamily tax credit housing projects, and assists in all aspects of affordable housing development, from navigating the rules of government funding sources to negotiating with institutional lenders and investors.
Mr. Loh has also represented both borrowers and lenders, including many of the largest national banks, in structuring and negotiating financing and navigating work-outs, in a variety of industries including the wine industry, affordable housing and real estate development. Mr. Loh has assisted borrowers in negotiating credit facilities, swap transactions and tax-exempt bond financing. He has also represented lenders in providing credit facilities to borrowers in the wine industry, including syndicated loans, secured financing and intercreditor agreements.
Mr. Loh's real estate practice encompasses commercial, agricultural and residential property in myriad areas, including land use and entitlements, acquisition, construction. leasing, financing and property management.
Mr. Loh began his legal career in the Real Estate and Project Development group at the firm currently known as Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, in San Francisco where he gained experience in commercial real estate leasing, purchase and sales, financing and land use. Henry Loh joined CMPR in 2005.