September 9, 2014
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP is pleased to announce that Stuart Graiwer has joined the firm’s Century City office as a partner. Graiwer, formerly a partner with Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, will continue his commercial real estate practice.
“We are very pleased to welcome Stuart to the firm,” said Ken Doran, Chairman and Managing Partner of Gibson Dunn. “Our real estate practice is one of the elite practices in the country and one of the busiest practices at the firm. Stuart’s addition will bring additional depth and capacity to the team.”
“Our lawyers have worked opposite Stuart for years and know him very well,” said Amy Forbes, Co-Partner in Charge of the Los Angeles office. “He is a talented, well-regarded lawyer, and his equity-focused practice will complement our existing strengths.”
“Gibson Dunn has one of the best real estate platforms in the country,” said Graiwer. “I am delighted to join the firm and look forward to working with my new colleagues.”
About Stuart Graiwer
Graiwer has a transactional commercial real estate practice, with an emphasis on representing institutional investors and private equity clients in connection with acquisitions, dispositions and financings of all asset classes, including office buildings, mixed-use projects, hotels, multi-family and residential developments, industrial parks and retail centers. He also has specific experience in structuring joint venture agreements between capital providers and operators in complex commercial real estate transactions.
He has represented investors at all levels of capital, including mortgage and mezzanine financings, convertible debt and preferred equity. He recently represented the Golden State Warriors in its acquisition of property to develop an arena in San Francisco.
Graiwer received his law degree from Harvard Law School in 2000.