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Julia Wachter is an associate in Kramer Levin’s Real Estate Department, where she focuses primarily on the law of condominiums and cooperatives. Ms. Wachter has represented well-known developers and real estate investors of super-luxury and mixed-use, commercial, retail and residential projects in the creation of (including, the conversion to) condominium or cooperative forms of ownership. Her representations span many phases of the condominium and cooperative formation process, including, but not limited to the promulgation of condominium and cooperative governing documents, the preparation and filing of condominium and cooperative offering plans (or applications for no-action letters) with the New York State Department of Law, submissions pursuant to the federal Interstate Land Sales Act, and the sale of individual residential and commercial condominium and cooperative units. Ms. Wachter also counsels clients who are interested in investing in or financing condominium and cooperative projects. Additionally, Ms. Wachter has actively participated in representation of the firm’s pro bono clients with regard to real estate related matters. Ms. Wachter is a member of the New York State Bar Association, Real Property Law Section, Committee on Condominiums and Cooperatives and currently serves on the New York City Bar Cooperative and Condominium Law Committee. Ms. Wachter was recognized as a Rising Star by New York Super Lawyers in 2014.