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Micah J. Halverson

Partner

Micah focuses his practice on real estate and corporate finance matters.

Micah has served as lead counsel to several national banks, assisting their community development lending platforms to provide comprehensive lending services on predevelopment, construction, bridge and permanent loans on various tax credit projects throughout the country, including low-income housing, tax credit housing and new markets tax credit projects. He routinely represents commercial real estate lenders who originate loans on projects including charter school, office, student housing, hotel, multifamily housing, condominiums, industrial and self-storage. He represents a major mortgage loan servicer and manages a national team of attorneys in mortgage litigation and loan workout matters.

Micah actively serves in firm leadership positions. He is currently a member of the firm’s national Executive Committee.

He is a frequent presenter, panelist and guest lecturer at the University of Colorado Law School and the Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver on transactional law topics as well as an instructor in continuing legal education seminars on commercial lending. He also is a member of the Board of Directors of Impact Development Fund, a Colorado-based CDFI.

 

With his wide range of experience in a variety of financing transactions, he is a valuable resource to his clients in spotting and creatively resolving issues in order to close transactions.

 

 

 

Micah recently has represented:

  • The lead lender and administrative agent in syndicated construction financing of an affordable housing complex in Denver, Colorado using $12,000,000 for the 9% LIHTC portion of the project and $4,000,000 for the adjoining 4% LIHTC portion of the project.
  • A lender in a $45,000,000 mortgage and mezzanine loan related to the acquisition and heavy renovation of a flagship hotel in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
  • A community development entity and allocatee new markets tax credit in the deployment of $8,000,000 to provide a business loan to company specializing in military and commercial rotorcraft refurbishment.
  • A lender in a $30,000,000 construction loan to develop a boutique hotel in San Luis Obispo, California.
  • An allocatee of new markets tax credits in establishing a revolving small business capital fund created to finance underserved small businesses located in low-income communities.
  • A lender in a $50,000,000 mortgage and mezzanine loan related to the refinancing of student housing at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida.
  • A national bank as bridge lender financing of construction of two apartment complexes around Minneapolis, Minnesota, which were both financed with a HUD 221(d)(4) loan, tax-exempt housing revenue bonds, 4% LIHTC and other subordinate financing.

  • Super Lawyers® Rising Stars, 2012-2013