Alexandra Hohauser focuses her practice on commercial real estate transactions. She represents investment banks and other institutional lenders in the origination and restructuring of commercial real estate mortgage and mezzanine loans for the acquisition and refinancing of properties, as well as representing loan sellers and buyers in secondary market transactions. She also advises developers and institutional investors in the acquisition, sale, development, and financing of commercial properties. Ms. Hohauser also maintains an active pro bono practice, focusing on counseling small businesses.
Ms. Hohauser graduated from New York University School of Law, where she worked for two years as a Research Assistant and the 2017-2018 Frances Moelis Scholar in Real Estate Law at the Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy. Prior to law school, she was a litigation paralegal at a large international law firm, and worked for the City of New York, helping tenants at risk of eviction and homeless New Yorkers navigate the City's social service programs.
- Lender in connection with the origination of a $110 million mortgage loan secured by mixed-use property located in California.
- Lenders in connection with the origination of $440 million ground-up construction mortgage and mezzanine loans of office and retail property located in Massachusetts.
- Lender in the origination and modification of a $64 million mortgage loan of a luxury hotel located in Washington State.
- Seller in the conveyance of 67 properties pursuant to a US Bankruptcy court ordered asset sale.
- JD, New York University School of Law, 2019
- BA, Oberlin College, 2013
- New York
- Member, Urban Land Institute
- Member, New York City Bar Association, New York City Affairs Committee