Mr. Lieberman joined Meridian in 1996 and currently serves as a Managing Director in the company’s New York City headquarters. He is responsible for the origination and placement of loans across a broad array of property types throughout the Greater New York City metropolitan area and across the country.
Prior to joining Meridian, Mr. Lieberman honed his skills for organizing complex details and maintaining strong banking relationships as an auditor and director of group reporting for international public accounting firm Laventhol & Horwath and international commodities trading institutions.
Over the course of his career, Mr. Lieberman has negotiated more than 1,200 loans totaling over $5 billion in financing covering multifamily, underlying co-op, office, retail, industrial, and other specialty property types across the United States including in California, Florida, Maryland, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, and the New York – New Jersey – Connecticut Tri-State Region. Notable financing transactions negotiated by Mr. Lieberman include $80.5 million in construction and development financing for a lifestyle center in Ontario, CA on behalf of JH Snyder Co.; $50 million HAP contract multifamily Fannie Mae financing for Quantum Equities in Brooklyn, NY; and $41 million in senior debt and a line of credit for The Whitehall co-op in Riverdale, NY.
Mr. Lieberman’s scope of lender relationships include regional commercial banks, CMBS conduits, life insurance companies, agency correspondents, and private debt funds for higher leverage and equity.
Mr. Lieberman holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Yeshiva University’s Sy Syms School of Business. He has and currently serves in prominent leadership positions at various educational, philanthropic, and advocacy organizations including Chai Lifeline – Bike4Chai and NORPAC. He participates as an active member of the Mortgage Bankers Association, Metropolitan Mortgage Officers Society, and the International Council of Shopping Centers.