Real Estate Partner Alan Krinzman Joins Assouline & Berlowe

Alan Krinzman has joined the firm and will head its Real Estate Department.

MIAMI, Florida, Assouline & Berlowe, a business law firm with offices in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, and Boca Raton Florida, announced that real estate attorney Alan Krinzman has joined the firm as a partner located in the firm’s Miami office. 

Alan Krinzman  has more than 25 years of experience representing clients in acquiring and developing all types of commercial and residential properties, negotiating construction documents and budgets, interacting with contractors and architects, and navigating the governmental approval and permitting process. Mr. Krinzman’s  distinguished background includes  the areas of developer/lender issues in real estate transactions, commercial and construction contracting and related litigation, and bankruptcy. Mr. Krinzman has represented his clients in the acquisition and/or development of various hotels, residential condominiums and apartment projects, and negotiation of related financing documents. Mr. Krinzman has also assisted developers with, negotiating construction budgets and contracts, licensing, overseeing contractors and architects, navigating zoning variances and board approval, as well as drafting condominium documents for office buildings, warehouse/office flex space, new residential developments, and residential condominium conversions. Mr. Krinzman’s representation of many of the commercial real estate lenders active in the South Florida market has included construction loan documentation  including mixed-use high rise offices and shopping centers, and land development loan documentation for various multi-phase revolving land acquisition and site development loans. In each instance, Mr. Krinzman represents his clients with a ” think ahead” approach focusing on strategy and long-term planning.

Mr. Krinzman has also received LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Professional Accreditation from the Green Building Certification Institute.  Recipients of LEED Professional Accreditation (LEED APs) are building industry professionals who have demonstrated a thorough understanding of green building, the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED green building ratings system, and are qualified to assist building owners and managers with the LEED certification process.  Mr. Krinzman uses his accreditation to assist clients in their green building initiatives including understanding, evaluating and navigating the LEED certification process. He also helps clients with legal and risk management issues inherent in the implementation of a green building strategy, ranging from identifying economic incentives available for green building to leasing, construction contracting, purchasing, financing and insurance issues. (LEED ratings are available for many current building types and emphasizes state-of-the-art strategies in five important areas of Sustainable Site Development, Water Savings and Quality, Energy Efficiency and Design, Materials Selection and Construction Process and Indoor Environmental Quality. These same building attributes now have been shown to be instrumental factors in the marketability and leasing success of new and existing commercial properties).

Mr. Krinzman graduated from Vanderbilt University Law School and is admitted to both the Florida Bar and the Louisiana Bar.  His activities & memberships include the Business Law and Real Property Sections of both  the American Bar Association and the Florida Bar, the Bankruptcy Bar Association of the Southern District of Florida and the Commercial Industrial Association of South Florida.

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