Leopoldo J. Cabassa-Saurí


Leopoldo J. Cabassa-Saurí is a Special Counsel of the Real Estate, Financing and Bankruptcy Group, Corporate Division of Fiddler, González & Rodríguez, P.S.C.


Mr. Cabassa practices in the area of commercial real estate, where he has extensive experience representing national banks, institutional lenders, financial institutions, developers, investors, investment banks and borrowers in structuring the financing of hotels, resorts, office buildings and shopping centers, as well as commercial, industrial and residential properties. Mr. Cabassa conducts a broad practice which includes commercial real estate development, leasing and acquisition transactions, structuring and negotiating credit facilities, terms loans, construction loans and loans intended for securitization. His thorough knowledge extends to all manners of secured transactions, acquisitions, restructuring and participated or syndicated credit facilities.


Mr. Cabassa recently acted as lead counsel in the $320 million mortgage financing of the Mall of San Juan in Puerto Rico; the financing of the Vanderbilt Hotel and La Concha Hotel in Puerto Rico with mortgages in an aggregate principal amount of $172 million; and the mortgage refinancing of all the hotels located in Puerto Rico of a major international hotel chain, among others.

Contact Information:

Fax  (787) 759-3108



J.D., University of Puerto Rico School of Law

B.A., Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico


Practice Areas:

Real Estate


Secured Transactions

Asset Based Lending

Commercial Leasing




Court Admissions:

Commonwealth of Puerto Rico

U.S. District for the District of Puerto Rico

U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit


Bar Professional & Civic Affiliations:

Puerto Rico Bar Association

Puerto Rico Association of Notaries

American Bar Association

Office Location:

254 Muñoz Rivera Ave. 6th Floor

Hato Rey, Puerto Rico 00918


Mailing Address:

PO Box 363507

San Juan, PR 00936-3507


Telephone and Email Address:

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