Beatriz Azcuy is a partner in Weil’s Real Estate practice and is based in Miami. Ms. Azcuy 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’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 is recognized as a "Best Lawyer" for Real Estate Law in Miami by Best Lawyers in America and has been recommended for Real Estate by Legal 500 US. Ms. Azcuy 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.