MIAMI - March 6, 2018 – Ryan D. Bailine, a Shareholder in the Miami office of Greenberg Traurig, P.A., led a team of real estate, tax, and corporate attorneys in representing Black Salmon Capital, a commercial real estate investment firm and a member of TSG Group, in its $70 million joint venture acquisition of BMO Plaza in Indianapolis, through the purchase of 135 N. Pennsylvania, LLC. The approximate 440,000-square-foot, ‘Class A’ office building is one of the most prominent towers in Indianapolis’ central business district.
“We are very pleased that Greenberg Traurig was a part of this transaction which will further continue Black Salmon’s strategy to increase investing in prime commercial real estate properties throughout the U.S.,” Bailine said. “The property is a wonderful addition to Black Salmon’s growing real estate portfolio.”
In addition to Bailine (Real Estate) the Greenberg Traurig attorney team included Shareholder Paul Berkowitz (Corporate, Miami); Shareholder Seth J. Entin (Tax, Miami); Shareholder Jonathan S. Gelman (Real Estate, Fort Lauderdale); Shareholder Evan A. Kanter (Corporate, Miami); and Associate Travis M. Walker (Corporate, Fort Lauderdale).
“Greenberg Traurig has been an important strategic partner in many of our growth initiatives and we look forward to continuing to expand that relationship going forward,” said Jorge Escobar, CEO and Managing Partner of Black Salmon Capital.
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