Michel S. Evanusa concentrates in the law of condominiums, cooperatives, and timeshares, with an emphasis on matters pertaining to the formation, sale, management, and financing of condominium and timeshare projects and the registration of such projects with state and local governments.

Ms. Evanusa represents major builders, developers, lenders, borrowers and cooperative and condominium boards before the New York State Department of Law and various other federal, state and municipal agencies with respect to condominiums in New York and elsewhere. Her practice includes the promulgation of offering plans, public statements and applications for no-action letters for residential, commercial and mixed use projects, the financing, creation and marketing of condominium, cooperative and timeshare regimes, and the sale of individual residential and commercial cooperative and condominium units. She has developed innovative structures for leasehold and air rights properties and has worked on both market and governmentally subsidized projects.

In addition, Ms. Evanusa has been involved in structuring workouts for troubled real estate and has experience with the development and financing of government-assisted housing programs.


Ms. Evanusa is listed in Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business. She has also been nationally recommended by The Legal 500 United States for her work in real estate.


  • Member, Condominium and Cooperative Committee, Real Property Law Section, New York State Bar Association
    • Member, Joint State-City Bar Condominium Act Review Subcommittee
  • Former member, New York State Attorney General’s Task Force to Amend the New York Condominium Act


New York, 1979; District of Columbia, 1979


J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, 1978

B.A., magna cum laude, Union College, 1975; Phi Beta Kappa