Jeffrey A. Heintz

Profile

Jeffrey A. Heintz is a partner in the Los Angeles office of Munger, Tolles & Olson. His practice is focused on real estate transactional matters, including particular expertise in complex acquisitions, ground lease transactions, retail, office and commercial leasing, finance and development matters. These representations include work for public and private institutional investors and developers, and governmental entities.

Mr. Heintz’s clients have included Beacon Capital Partners, Berkshire Hathaway, CCA Acquisition Company, County of Los Angeles, Developers Diversified Realty Corp., Hines Interests, Hudson Pacific Properties, Kornwasser Shopping Center Properties, Legend Pictures, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission, MPG Office Properties, Southern California Edison and US Bancorp.

Representations

  • Acquisition and redevelopment of former Las Vegas City Hall project for zappos.com headquarters facility in Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Representation of County of Los Angeles in connection with the development of portfolio of hotel, residential and commercial ground leasehold projects in Marina del Rey, California.
  • Representation of CCA Acquisition Company and affiliates in connection with the acquisition, development, financing and leasing of shopping center portfolio in Western United States.
  • Ground lease transaction for the development of Hollywood & Vine project in Hollywood, California.
  • Long term lease of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum to University of Southern California.
  • Legend Pictures in connection with a 70,000 square foot headquarters lease at The Pointe in Burbank, California.

Mr. Heintz has served on the executive committee of the Real Property Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association; as chair of the Commercial Development Subsection of the LACBA; and as co-chair of the Leasing and Commercial Development Subsection of the LACBA. He has also served as author/editor of California Commercial Leasing Series/Office Leasing and has lectured on numerous continuing education and bar association programs.

Jeffrey A. Heintz is a partner in the Los Angeles office of Munger, Tolles & Olson. His practice is focused on real estate transactional matters, including particular expertise in complex acquisitions, ground lease transactions, retail, office and commercial leasing, finance and development matters. These representations include work for public and private institutional investors and developers, and governmental entities.

Mr. Heintz’s clients have included Beacon Capital Partners, Berkshire Hathaway, CCA Acquisition Company, County of Los Angeles, Developers Diversified Realty Corp., Hines Interests, Hudson Pacific Properties, Kornwasser Shopping Center Properties, Legend Pictures, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission, MPG Office Properties, Southern California Edison and US Bancorp.

Representations

  • Acquisition and redevelopment of former Las Vegas City Hall project for zappos.com headquarters facility in Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Representation of County of Los Angeles in connection with the development of portfolio of hotel, residential and commercial ground leasehold projects in Marina del Rey, California.
  • Representation of CCA Acquisition Company and affiliates in connection with the acquisition, development, financing and leasing of shopping center portfolio in Western United States.
  • Ground lease transaction for the development of Hollywood & Vine project in Hollywood, California.
  • Long term lease of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum to University of Southern California.
  • Legend Pictures in connection with a 70,000 square foot headquarters lease at The Pointe in Burbank, California.

Mr. Heintz has served on the executive committee of the Real Property Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association; as chair of the Commercial Development Subsection of the LACBA; and as co-chair of the Leasing and Commercial Development Subsection of the LACBA. He has also served as author/editor of California Commercial Leasing Series/Office Leasing and has lectured on numerous continuing education and bar association programs.