Jothy Narendran

Jothy Narendran

Partner
  • Garden City
  • T: 516-393-8245
  • F: 516-393-8282
  • jnarendran@jaspanllp.com
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Jothy Narendran is Chair of the firm’s banking and financial services practice group. She represents institutional and private lenders in a variety of commercial real estate financing transactions. These include acquisition and construction loans, equipment financing, leasehold financing, multi-lender participation/syndicated financing, real estate investment trust and interest rate swap transactions, revolving credit facilities, letters of credit, industrial development agency transactions, Section 1031 exchanges and reverse exchange loans, mezzanine and structured financing and defeasances.

Jothy has worked on a variety of properties, ranging from multifamily properties to assemblages of entire city blocks for the development of multi-use projects, including residential, retail, and office components. She has also negotiated regulatory agreements, leases, and subordination agreements with various municipal agencies. Jothy also acts as counsel to lenders in connection with negotiating intercreditor agreements, triparty agreements, and note sales and purchases.

Jothy is a member of the firm’s management committee and Co-Managing Partner with Steven R. Schlesinger.

Prior to joining the firm in 2010, Jothy was a partner at another prominent Long Island law firm. Before that, Jothy served for eight years as the controller of G&S Investors, a real estate development firm.

Education

  • Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center
  • MBA, Frank G. Zarb School of Business at Hofstra University
  • Bachelors of Science in Business Administration, New York Institute of Technology

Admissions

  • New York
  • New Jersey

Affiliations & Appointments

  • Spectrum Designs, President
  • New York State Board of Review of the Building Code for the Southern Region, Board Member
  • Real Estate Institute at Stony Brook College of Business, Board Member
  • American Heart Association: Long Island Board of Directors, 2020
  • Touro Law Center, Board of Governors

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