Mr. Jacobs’ representative experience includes:
- Representation of an investment group sponsored by Sydell Group in its acquisition, development and financing of the NoMad Los Angeles hotel, the Saguaro Scottsdale hotel, the Saguaro Palm Springs hotel, the LINE DC hotel, and the LINE Los Angeles hotel.*
- Representation of an institutional real estate investor in the acquisition, financing and recapitalization of a luxury resort hotel in Maui with an anticipated development budget of more than $200 million.*
- Representation of a consortium of institutional real estate investors in connection with the sale of the Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek Resort and the Waldorf Astoria Orlando.*
- Representation of an institutional investor in the development of a 224-unit multi-family apartment building in Denver’s Golden Triangle district.*
- Representation of an institutional investor in the sale of Orange Center Tower in Orange, CA, which constituted the second-largest office transaction in Orange County in 2017.*
- Representation of an institutional investor in the acquisition, joint venture and redevelopment of a 250,000 sf Class-A creative office campus in the Fashion District of Downtown Los Angeles.*
- Representation of public homebuilders in the acquisition of land for entitlement and residential development, involving the negotiation of profit participation agreements, easements, option agreements, and development agreements.*
- Representation of institutional investors in the acquisition, sale and development of master planned mixed-use communities on the West Coast and East Coast.*
*Denotes experience prior to joining Goodwin.
Mr. Jacobs is a member of the Urban Land Institute. He has also served as a member of the USC Gould School of Law - Los Angeles County Bar Association's Real Estate Law and Business Forum Planning Committee.
Prior to joining Goodwin, Mr. Jacobs was a partner at Pircher, Nichols, & Meeks in Los Angeles, where he served on Pircher’s executive committee. Before Pircher, Mr. Jacobs was a tax associate at Loeb & Loeb. While attending law school, Mr. Jacobs served as a senior editor of the USC Law Review.