Mr. Richard N. Krinzman has represented financial institutions and real estate developers in the acquisition, financing, development, and leasing of office buildings, apartment complexes, hotels, shopping centers, warehouses and mixed-use properties.
He has significant experience in the preparation of various types of loan documents for commercial and residential properties, including condominium, shopping center and warehouse projects, and has represented clients in enhancement financings, leveraged buy-out financings, complex debt restructures and real estate loan workouts.
He represents several community banks whose customers require ongoing personal service, and served as outside general counsel to a local bank for twenty years.
Active in the community, Mr. Krinzman has served as a Director of the Dade County Youth Fair since 1992, and is a past chairman. He served as a citizen member of the South Florida Regional Planning Council for eight years, and as Vice-Chairman. He served as Chairman of The Friends WLRN Public TV and radio stations for three and one-half years and was a Board member for nine years. He served as the only citizen member of the Metropolitan Dade County Planning Organization (MPO) which is responsible for the funding of all countrywide transportation projects for six years.
Mr. Krinzman held the highest Martindale-Hubbard Peer Review Rating ("AV") every year since 1987 and is listed as a "preeminent lawyer." Further, Mr. Krinzman has been selected by his peers for inclusion in the Super Lawyer Magazine, in the field of real estate law.
Richard N. Krinzman received his Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and his law degree from the University of Miami. His practice concentrates on transactional matters in the areas of real property, banking, commercial law, and complex commercial real estate transactions and loan documentation, and residential real estate transactions.
Mr. Krinzman is a member of the Miami-Dade County and American Bar Associations. He is also a member of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of the American Bar Association.