Dina Tecimer is a Manatt Real Estate partner in the firm’s Los Angeles office. With a wide variety of complex real estate transactional experience, Dina has been lead attorney for transactions relating to every phase of real property acquisition, development, management, financing, leasing and sale. Dina has substantial experience in structuring, negotiating and closing real property purchases and sales; commercial, retail and industrial leases; option arrangements; and rights of first refusal and rights of first offer. She often handles a client matter from inception to closing, including the initial purchase; negotiation of construction, architectural and engineering contracts; lease-up; and sale of the property.
Dina has particular experience in leasing, health care transactions and the representation of high-net-worth individuals. In leasing, she represents clients from fashion retailers in the Beverly Hills/West Hollywood submarkets to fast-food chains, food distributors, textile manufacturers, chain grocery stores, turbine manufacturers, industrial users and Internet startups. Dina brings not only cost-effective legal acumen but also practical know-how to a transaction, a result of her years as the owner/operator of a successful apparel manufacturing company.
During the past 18 years, Dina has represented health care providers in transactions that include single and portfolio purchases and sales of general acute care hospital campuses (including 30+ assembled parcels), medical office buildings, skilled nursing facilities, specialty uses (infusion/surgical centers), retirement facilities, and outpatient diagnostic and treatment facilities. This work has given Dina significant experience in the documentation and negotiation of ground leases, tenant improvement work letters, partnership agreements, management agreements and reciprocal easement/parking agreements, while considering tax structures, licensing issues and requisite attorney general waivers for nonprofit sales. She is familiar with the practical aspects of creating integration opportunities with medical staff members while being mindful of self-referral and kickback prohibitions.