Stacy Krumin has a diverse commercial real estate and finance practice. Stacy works hand-in-hand with clients on their commercial real estate investments, including land acquisition, development and construction, leasing, financing and disposition. She also handles acquisition, sale and financing of large, stabilized assets such as regional distribution facilities, office buildings, shopping malls and hotels. In addition, Stacy has a national leasing practice, representing both owners and tenants in retail, office and industrial leases.
While commercial real estate and finance are the primary focus of Stacy’s practice, she also regularly works on corporate transactions involving real estate components and advises private equity sponsors with respect to the real estate needs of their portfolio companies and handles all such aspects of their acquisitions and financings. She also advises clients with respect to the transfer of loans and collateral in connection with bank branch asset sale transactions.
Stacy also draws from the corporate and banking experience gained in her representation of the US Department of Treasury in connection with the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act's (EESA) Capital Purchase Program. She has advised the Treasury in making numerous investments in publicly traded and privately held banks and bank holding companies throughout the US. Stacy also led our representation of the Treasury as its sole outside counsel with respect to the EESA Housing Finance Agency Innovation Fund for the Hardest Hit Housing Markets, a state-level program aimed at residential foreclosure prevention and stabilization of housing markets. Throughout this representation, Stacy worked with Treasury to develop all required program documentation, adapt the same for each state and close transactions with 18 states and the District of Columbia aggregating US$7.6 billion.
In addition, Stacy has extensive experience representing lenders and borrowers in commercial real estate-backed loans, including securitized loans. During the global financial crisis, Stacy represented lenders with respect to their troubled real estate-backed and asset-based lending (ABL) loans, including workouts, restructuring, foreclosures and note sales. Stacy is also experienced in representing purchasers of troubled loans.
Stacy is an active member of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Tampa Bay. She also serves as a mentor to many young lawyers and is actively involved with our Women's Enterprise.