Taylor Gray’s practice is focused on all aspects of commercial real estate and commercial lending for clients across the United States. In the last five years, Taylor has represented public and private businesses and financial institutions with regards to more than $1 billion worth of commercial real estate transactions and more than $500 million worth of financing transactions.
Taylor advises developers, owner/operators, real estate investment trusts (REITs), and banks and institutional lenders on:
Prior to joining the firm, Taylor practiced at Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, LLP and a predecessor commercial real estate firm.
Tennessee Bar Association
Represented a public multi-family REIT in the acquisition/disposition of 59 apartment communities with approximately 15,000 units in 15 states over the past five years
Represented a public multi-family REIT in connection with a joint venture with a national apartment developer to acquire approximately 24 acres of land and develop a 264-unit apartment complex with a total development cost of approximately $65.5 million
Represented a financial services company in connection with a $27 million construction loan for the development of a 251-unit apartment community
Represented a real estate developer in connection with its acquisition of property in Denver, Colorado in connection with development of a 240-room hotel with total development costs of approximately $114 million
Represented Crosstown Building Owner, LLC in connection with the refinance of its existing syndicated construction loan
Represented NN, Inc. (Nasdaq: NNBR) in its public offering of 14,375,000 shares of common stock
Represented Dobbs Equity Partners in its acquisition of a majority interest in Corky’s.
The Best Lawyers in America© — Banking and Finance Law; Mortgage Banking Foreclosure Law; Real Estate Law (2015-2020)
Memphis Area Legal Services — W.J. Michael Cody Access to Justice Award (2017)
CALI Awards and Dean’s Awards for Academic Excellence — Torts I; Trial Advocacy; Elder Law Legal Clinic; Land Use Planning; Partnership Tax
Dean’s Distinguished Service Award