Paul B. Landen

Partner

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Houston

P: +1.713.229.1173 F: +1.713.229.7713
  • Hines - numerous significant office building, mixed-use, retail, multifamily and industrial development, redevelopment, acquisition, disposition, leasing and financing transactions across the United States and Europe, including:
    • CityCenterDC, a more than $1 billion multi-phase mixed use development project in Washington D.C.
    • 7 Bryant Park, a speculative office building in Manhattan, New York City
    • South Station, a more than $1 billion multi-phase mixed use project in Boston, Massachusetts
    • Office tower development projects in Houston, Denver and San Francisco
    • Various high-rise and mid-rise multifamily projects in Chicago and Houston
    • Fund formation and investments for the Hines European Development Fund I and Hines European Development Fund II and multi-asset secured loan restructurings for the Hines U.S. Value Added Fund and Value Added Fund II
  • Borusan Mannesmann - general coordination and responsibility of legal work for the investment by this Turkish steel pipe manufacturer’s in a steel pipe manufacturing plant in the Texas gulf coast, including site acquisition, governmental incentives, construction, and corporate governance.
  • Lyondell Chemical Company - sale to Bayer AG of its worldwide polyols business and joint venture with Bayer of a portion of its propylene oxide business, in a transaction for a total sale price of US$2.45 billion, and joint venture with Bayer for the development of a €700 million greenfield propylene oxide and styrene monomer plant in the Netherlands
  • Liberty Global, Inc.
    • Sale of its French cable business, UPC France SA, to two private equity firms, Altice and Cinven, for approximately €1.25 billion
    • A series of acquisitions leading to a controlling stake in Telenet N.V., the largest Belgian cable operator
  • Liberty Media Corporation - proposed acquisition from Deutsche Telekom of six German regional broadband cable companies and other related businesses in a transaction with an enterprise value in excess of €5.5 billion (transaction blocked by the German cartel authority)
  • ExxonMobil - formation of the Infineum global joint venture with Shell of their respective fuels and lubricants additives businesses, having a combined business value of more than US$2 billion
  • Halliburton - sale to Candover of its Wellstream flexible offshore pipe business, comprising manufacturing facilities in both England and the U.S. and operations in Brazil