Dayna Finkelstein concentrates her practice in commercial real estate matters, including:
- Borrower-side financing
- Joint ventures
She represents real estate owners, borrowers, developers, tenants, and stakeholders in both local and national transactions involving a wide range of asset classes, encompassing:
- Industrial properties
She has significant experience representing sophisticated national players in both single asset and multistate portfolio transactions. Dayna is known for being diligent, organized, and creative during multifaceted, complex transactions.
Dayna also counsels private equity firms and other sophisticated corporate clients on the real estate aspects of mergers, stock purchases, and other corporate transactions across a wide range of industries.
She is a member of the firm’s Alumni Committee and has been a mentor to summer associates through the firm’s summer associate program.
While in law school, Dayna served as Comments Editor of the Penn State Law Review. She was also a member of the Appellate Moot Court Board and the Woolsack Honor Society.
Outside the Firm
Dayna is a Philadelphia native and has truly been brought up at the firm; she started working at Blank Rome at age 19. Outside of the firm, she enjoys teaching and mentoring law students, theater, and travel.