Handling complex New York real estate transactions

On Behalf of | Oct 29, 2014 | Commercial Real Estate

Commercial real estate in New York is a high-stakes business. With so much on the line, you need legal counsel with a sophisticated understanding of the law that applies to your transaction.

One of the most important goals in any real estate transaction is anticipating and avoiding problems that could lead to future litigation. With our extensive real estate litigation background, our firm has a unique ability to help clients identify potential issues and address them proactively in advance of closing.

We have experience in numerous real estate transactions, including co-op refinancing, transactions involving trusts, multiple-party real estate deals, lease negotiations, and structured transactions arising out of litigation. We understand the many issues that must be addressed in the sale or purchase of a large real estate development. We understand the complex problems that can arise in a large-scale development. We know how to correctly structure a 1031 exchange to enable clients to defer capital gain taxation when they sell one property and reinvest the proceeds in another.

We have experience in all aspects of complex real estate transactions including due diligence, title issues, financing commitments and powers of attorney. We are well-versed in the myriad state, local and federal laws and regulations that can apply. We have represented individuals, corporations, brokers, co-op boards, real estate trusts and other entities.

We have a solid reputation as a premier real estate law firm in New York City. For more information about our practice, see our Complex Real Estate Transactions web page.