Erica Weber has a sophisticated and comprehensive transactional real estate practice focused on acquisitions and dispositions, financing and joint venture investments. She has extensive experience representing borrowers, lenders, developers and operators, real estate private equity funds, institutional and non-institutional real estate investors and energy companies in a broad range of real estate matters.
She advises clients on transactions involving individual assets and portfolios of properties in all real estate asset classes, including office, multi-family, hospitality, mixed-use, shopping centers, and undeveloped land throughout the United States.
Erica’s experience includes forming and representing joint venture partnerships, development, construction, permanent, mezzanine and preferred equity financing, including Shari’ah-compliant financing, ground leases and ground leasehold financing, wind and solar energy transactions, repurchase facilities, and loan portfolio financing. In addition, Erica specializes in representing clients in distressed situations, including debt restructurings, loan extensions, workouts, forbearance agreements, foreclosures and other enforcement actions.
Prior to joining Coblentz, Erica practiced real estate law at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP.
Erica is an active member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI). She serves as Vice Chair of the ULI San Francisco Local Commercial Product Council and is Vice Chair of ULI’s Bay Area UrbanPlan program, which brings real estate professionals to local high schools to teach a land use and development program. Erica is a Leadership Board Member of the Seneca Family of Agencies, which is a non-profit providing comprehensive care for children throughout California.
Erica earned her law degree, with honors, from the University of Chicago Law School in 2006. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in History, magna cum laude, from Amherst College in 2002. Prior to law school, Erica worked in structured finance in New York.
Development & Joint Venture Matters
Acquisitions and Dispositions