Saul Breskal Named Commercial Real Estate Visionary by Los Angeles Times B2B Publishing
According to Los Angeles Times B2B Publishing, the visionaries are executives, lenders, builders, and professional service providers who have "brought savvy, adaptability, and relentless optimism to the commercial real estate world." Following the COVID-19 pandemic, their leadership has "steered the sector back toward the headline-making growth and unique projects that Southern California has always been famous for."
The visionaries are highlighted in B2B's "Commercial Real Estate Trends, Updates & Visionaries 2023" supplement with brief honoree profiles that share information about their careers and successes.
To view the "Commercial Real Estate Trends, Updates & Visionaries 2023" supplement, please click here.
Saul's honoree profile, as published by Los Angeles Times B2B Publishing, is copied in full below.
Partner, Real Estate
Blank Rome LLP
Saul Breskal is an esteemed real estate law veteran, advising clients on complex transactions in various industries. He has handled billions of dollars worth of real estate deals, representing entities such as film studios, gaming companies, title insurance companies, developers and high-profile individuals. Breskal served as lead counsel for Las Vegas CityCenter, a $9 billion, 18 million square feet mixed-use development. He also negotiates long-term ground leases for public-private partnerships in L.A. and Orange counties.
Breskal’s expertise covers a wide range of real estate matters, including purchase agreements, finance documents, joint ventures, construction contracts and ground leases. Currently, Breskal is in negotiations for a $33 million tax-exempt bond construction financing with Farmers & Merchant Bank. He has been a “Southern California Super Lawyer” since 2017.