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With decades of experience representing clients in acquiring, selling, developing, leasing and reorganizing properties using the condo and co-op forms of ownership, our clients are well-positioned to use these structures to their greatest advantage.

Real estate is frequently acquired and held using the condominium form of ownership for the various advantages it may offer over other structures. This is true for all property classes, whether commercial, industrial, residential, mixed-use or other. Even large-scale residential properties in New York City, traditionally organized in the form of a cooperative, have more recently been organized as condominiums. Our lawyers have experience in the development of traditional and mixed-use condominiums, helping many of our clients use the condominium form of ownership as a vehicle for the financing, development and ongoing ownership of property.

We also act as special counsel to boards of directors responsible for the management of residential condominium and cooperative properties in New York City who need sophisticated counsel for non-routine transaction and dispute-related matters.

Areas of Focus

  • Condominium Plans for Developers
  • Condominium Analysis for Investors
  • Cooperative and Condominium Transactions
  • Cooperative and Condominium Litigation



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