David M. Kutner
David M. Kutner
Partner at Minden Gross LLP
(416) 369-4113
(416) 864-9223
145 King St W, Suite 2200, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 1986
David Kutner is a senior partner and Co-Chair of Minden Gross LLP's Commercial Real Estate Group. David has a broad-based real estate practice focused on the acquisition and disposition of commercial real estate and the development of significant real estate projects. He acts for purchasers, vendors, lenders, owners, and tenants of commercial real estate projects. He has distinct expertise in project development, financings, and REITs, along with public and private transactions. David's project experience includes mixed-use developments, industrial facilities, and condominium developments. David is known for delivering professional, practical advice to his clients. Clients respect David's ability to develop solutions to complex problems while ensuring they achieve their long term goals. He is recognized by his peers as a leading lawyer in The Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory. Admitted to the Ontario Bar in 1986.
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On May 9, 2007, H&R Real Estate Investment Trust (H&R REIT) completed a bought deal financing pursuant to which it issued approximately 8.86 million trust units, including 0.86 million trust units issued pursuant to an over-allotment option, for total gross proceeds of approximately $224.2 million.
On November 8, 2006, H&R Real Estate Investment Trust completed a bought deal financing pursuant to which it issued 6.5 million trust units for total gross proceeds of approximately $150.5 million.
On March 16, 2005, H&R Real Estate Investment Trust (H&R REIT) completed a bought-deal financing pursuant to which it issued 5.25 million trust units for total gross proceeds of approximately $100.3 million.
H&R Real Estate Investment Trust completed, on December 9, 2003, a bought deal financing pursuant to which it issued 8.165 million trust units for total gross proceeds of approximately $126.5 million.