Manpreet Kaur joined Ropes & Gray in April 2015 as an associate in the firm’s private equity real estate group in London.
Manpreet has a wide range of experience in transactions with a real estate asset focus, including landlord and tenant matters, investment sales and acquisitions (single assets and portfolios) and real estate finance transactions and restructurings (including bilateral and syndicated loans, private and publicly listed bond issues and securitisations).
- Acting for TH Real Estate, a leading real estate investment firm, in providing approximately £200m to fund the acquisition of a prime central London property, including office, leisure and retail premises.
- Acting for one of the world's largest investment funds based in the US on a number of its real estate matters, including:
- Setting up a joint venture focused on generating senior living accommodation in greater London; and
- The sale by another of its joint venture entities of interests in a Portuguese shopping centre, subject to forward financing obligations in respect of the shopping centre’s development prior to disposal.
- Dutch pension Fund APG on its €450m joint venture through an ICAV with US based developer Hines to develop several sites zoned in the 400 acre Cherrywood project in Dublin, Ireland for multi-family, retail, hotel and student housing.
- Acting for a joint venture between two US investors on its sale of 123 Buckingham Palace Road, London for circa £243 million
- Acting for a U.S. private equity investment firm on its opportunistic UK and European real estate investments with various operating partners
- Acting for a land owner in relation to the development of a £340 million waste to energy power facility to be built and operated by US-owned energy from waste specialist Wheelabrator Technologies
- Acting for a European real estate investment firm on its acquisition of multiple shopping centres in the UK
- Acting for US private equity client on its acquisition of shares in a public company that along with its subsidiaries owned a £675 million property portfolio, comprising high end central London office blocks, residential flats and industrial parks