NEW YORK – June 22, 2016 — Farah S. Ahmed, real estate shareholder in the New York City office of global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP, is featured in the New York Real Estate Journal’s 14th annual Women in Real Estate Spotlight, which published June 21, 2016. Her feature highlights a recent real estate project she is most proud of as well as the importance and benefits of having and being a mentor.
“Farah is a class act, and she stands out through her ability to navigate complex real estate issues, particularly in New York, as well as her commitment to the firm’s real estate team and to delivering quality service to our clients,” said Robert J. Ivanhoe, chair of the firm’s Global Real Estate Practice. “Greenberg Traurig’s culture is rooted in inclusion and diversity, and that is why we are so proud that Farah Ahmed is featured as one of the Women in Real Estate Spotlight in the New York Real Estate Journal.”
Ahmed practices commercial real estate law. She represents owners, investors, borrowers, lenders, and developers in various types of transactions, including permanent, bridge, construction, and mezzanine financing for hotel, office, retail, health care, multifamily, and mixed-use properties on behalf of borrowers and lenders, acquisitions, and dispositions of all types of real estate asset classes, development of mixed-use commercial projects, preferred equity investments, and restructuring of distressed assets.
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