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Real Estate

Kramer Levin’s Real Estate practice is among the largest and most sophisticated in New York City.

For the past 40 years, we have advised on many of the most significant real estate developments and other projects in New York City and throughout the United States, helping transform city skylines and reshape the landscape. We actively engaged on all the super-tall buildings in and around Manhattan’s 57th Street corridor and advised on development and redevelopment projects, including the Waldorf Astoria, Time Warner Center and Moynihan Train Hall, as well as Hudson Yards, the largest real estate development project in New York since Rockefeller Center.

We pride ourselves on anticipating issues and providing prompt, responsive, real-time and out-of-the-box solutions to real estate developers and owners, investment bankers, merchant and commercial bankers, hoteliers, and others, helping clients buy, sell, develop, redevelop and finance offices; retail/shopping centers; hotels/resorts; and industrial, residential and mixed-use properties across the United States.

We regularly advise and assist clients in the following areas:

  • Acquisitions and sales
  • Condominiums
  • Development
  • Finance
  • Joint ventures
  • Leasing
  • Real estate litigation
  • Workouts and restructuring

Working closely with our Land Use, Environmental and Tax lawyers, we ensure seamless service regarding everything from zoning, development rights transfers, landmarks proceedings, eminent domain and condemnation to tax-efficient deal structuring, permitting, environmental impact reviews, environmental risk allocation and remediation.

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GreenEsq. Blog

GreenEsq. is an interdepartmental effort of Kramer Levin's Real Estate, Land Use and Environmental practices. This blog is a resource for news and commentary on the latest environmental law and sustainability developments, including "green" building and renewable energy initiatives. Learn More
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