Steven J. Weinstein

Managing Partner
Chairman of Executive Committee

Real Estate Finance/Real Estate & Land Use

Boston; New York

sweinstein@riemerlaw.com

O: (617) 880-3503; (212) 789-3103

F: (617) 692-3503

About Steven

Steve is the managing partner and chairman of the executive committee of the firm, positions he assumed after more than 30 years as a member of the firm’s executive committee. Steve was previously for many years the chair of the firm’s real estate finance practice area and has also been very actively involved in the establishment and growth of our New York, Chicago and Miami offices.  

Steve focuses on the representation of lenders in real estate finance transactions, although his experience has also included representing such clients in the resolution of problem loans, and representing developers in commercial real estate transactions. Much of his work centers on the representation of the agent in multi-lender real estate finance, real-estate portfolio finance, and mezzanine finance transactions on a national, local, and regional level. 

Steve has participated as a speaker and moderator at seminars sponsored by the Real Estate Finance Association, the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties, Information Management Network, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc., and the International Council of Shopping Centers. He has served in many capacities for Temple Aliyah in Needham, Massachusetts, including chairperson of the building committee responsible for the construction of the Temple’s facility. He also serves as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Hebrew Senior Life, and was on the subcommittee for the development of its 160 acre continuing care retirement community. Steve is a member of the Board of Advocates of Bay Cove Human Services.

Affiliations

American Bar Association
Massachusetts Bar Association
New York State Bar Association
Real Estate Finance Association (Massachusetts)

Real Estate Lenders’ Association (National Sponsor)

Admissions

Commonwealth of Massachusetts
U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts
State of New York

Education

Boston University School of Law, J.D., 1975
Brown University, B.A., 1972