Jennifer A. Coffey

Associate

New York
Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP
787 Seventh Avenue
New York, NY 10019-6099
T 212 728 8679
F 212 728 9679
jcoffeywillkie.com

Jennifer Coffey is an associate in the Real Estate Department.  Jenn focuses on all types of real estate transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions, financings, joint ventures and leasing.  She represents a broad range of clients in transactions involving all real estate asset classes.

Jennifer Coffey is an associate in the Real Estate Department.  Jenn focuses on all types of real estate transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions, financings, joint ventures and leasing.  She represents a broad range of clients in transactions involving all real estate asset classes.

Selected Significant Matters

  • Hudson’s Bay Company on the $850 million sale of the Lord & Taylor Fifth Avenue building to WeWork Property Advisors. (named “Private Equity deal of the Year” at the 2018 IFLR Americas Awards)
  • Washington Prime Group in the formation of a joint venture with O’Connor Mall Partners, L.P. which will own seven of Washington Prime’s open-air properties, valued at approximately $600 million.
  • The Generation Companies in its $215 million recapitalization and roll-up of four portfolios comprising 23 hotels, consolidating them into one portfolio with its new joint venture partner, a fund controlled by StepStone Real Estate Group.
  • Hudson’s Bay Company in its $1.8 billion real estate-focused joint venture with Simon Property Group.
  • The American Home REIT in its sale of a portfolio of single-family homes to Silver Bay Realty Trust Corp. for $263 million. The portfolio comprises approximately 2,460 single-family homes located in the southeastern United States, and the transaction was cited as one of the largest bulk purchases in the rental-home industry.
  • Ares Management, L.P. in the sale of its condominium unit comprising approximately 375,000 square feet in the 1 million square foot mixed use complex located at 1111 Marcus Avenue on Long Island, New York to North Shore University Hospital.
  • Colony Financial, Inc. in its $1.6 billion acquisition of Cobalt Capital Partners and its highly diversified portfolio of 256 primarily light industrial assets.