Ira Teicher | Miami | Hogan Lovells

Ira Teicher

Partner Corporate & Finance


Ira Teicher
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Ira Teicher represents developers and institutional and non-institutional investors in the acquisition, disposition, development, financing and management of commercial, residential, and industrial real estate assets. He has also represented sponsors, pension funds, family offices, and other real estate opportunity funds in countless joint ventures with with capital sources and first-tier operators.

Ira has been selected as one of 40 honorees in the Daily Business Review's 2015 class of Rising Stars. He also has been nationally recommended by The Legal 500 and listed in Best Lawyers and by Chambers USA. Clients say, "Ira Teicher has an understanding of complex matters. He knows the detail of deals and possesses a high level of sophistication." Clients also commend Ira for his "efficient combination of really detailed forward thinking and the ability to identify potential risks."

Representative experience

A pension fund in connection with the acquisition of an iconic office building (f/k/a the Wachovia Financial Center) in Downtown Miami Central Business District.*

A joint venture between a pension fund and Flagler Development in connection with construction financing utilized to develop an office building in Coral Gables for Bacardi USA on a build-to-suit basis*

A pension fund in connection with formation of joint venture with Codina Partners for acquisition and redevelopment of office park in the City of Doral for office, residential, retail and civic uses.*

A joint venture between an institutional investor and Mill Creek in connection with the acquisition of a multifamily property in Broward County, Florida for an amount in excess of US$115m.*

A joint venture between an opportunity fund and Crescent Real Estate Equities in connection with sale of Miami Center.*

A pension fund in connection with acquisition of a 49-property portfolio in Texas comprised of warehouse, office and retail space for approximately US$600m.*

A pension fund in connection with the acquisition of Landmark Center in Boston, Massachusetts for an amount in excess of US$525m and subsequent US$250m financing from two life insurance companies.*

*Matter handled prior to joining Hogan Lovells.


  • J.D., Columbia Law School, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, 2002
  • B.A., Columbia College, Magna Cum Laude, 1997
Bar admissions and qualifications
  • Florida
  • New York


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