Craig A. Enck Joins Rosenberg Martin Greenberg as a Partner

Rosenberg Martin Greenberg, LLP is pleased to announce that Craig A. Enck has joined the firm as a partner in its Commercial Lending group. Barry Greenberg, RMG’s Managing Partner and head of the firm’s real estate practice group, said: “We are thrilled and fortunate to be able to have a lawyer with Craig’s experience and character join RMG. Craig has many years of experience representing lenders on a variety of transactions and his reputation, as a lawyer representing lending clients on loan transactions in a collaborative and efficient manner with the lender’s customers, is consistent with and reinforces the reputation that RMG has established among banks, permanent lenders and other financing sources.”

For the past thirty years, Craig has represented state and national banks and financial institutions in connection with all areas of commercial real estate and lending. Craig’s practice includes acquisition and financing of real estate projects. He also represents both landlords and tenants in leasing transactions.

Some of Craig’s representative transactions and experience include:

• Represented a national bank in a workout involving a credit facility to a borrower in the healthcare industry;
• Closed a real estate acquisition for The Conservation Fund in which the client purchased the old Gettysburg Country Club;
• Represented a national bank in a large syndicated credit to finance the construction of a mixed-use building in D.C.;
• Negotiated numerous space leases for large corporations and healthcare providers.

Prior to joining RMG, Craig was a partner with a business law firm in Baltimore. He is a member of the Bar Association of Baltimore City, District of Columbia Bar Association, Maryland State Bar Association, Pennsylvania State Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. Craig earned her J.D. with honors from George Washington Law School and a B.A from Franklin & Marshall College. He is admitted to practice in the Maryland, District of Columbia and Pennsylvania.