Beatriz Azcuy-Diaz is a partner in Weil’s Real Estate practice and is based in the Firm’s Miami office. Ms. Azcuy-Diaz has extensive experience advising and representing financial institutions, investment banks and other institutional clients in a broad range of commercial real estate transactions involving mixed-use condominium, multifamily, office, hospitality, industrial and retail properties throughout the U.S.
Ms. Azcuy-Diaz’s practice includes the sale, acquisition, development, management and leasing of various types of commercial real estate properties, as well as a focus on complex real estate and capital market financings, including senior and subordinate debt structures, construction lending, portfolio acquisitions, syndications, mezzanine loans, participations and equity investments.
Ms. Azcuy-Diaz is ranked as a “Best Lawyer” for Real Estate Law in Miami by Best Lawyers in America and recommended for Real Estate by Legal 500 US. Ms. Azcuy-Diaz was named a Top Dealmaker of the Year for Real Estate Finance by the Daily Business Review in 2011 for her work on restructuring the $2.7 billion Beacon Capital Partners loan. At the time, the original loan was one of the largest commercial real estate loans ever securitized to date, second only to the $3 billion first mortgage for the 2006 purchase of Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village in New York City.