Condominium & Cooperative Attorneys
The attorneys in our Condominium and Cooperative Group have one of the most active practices in the nation. Pioneers in cooperative and condominium law, we first started representing developers and converters with the passage of the New York Condominium Act in 1964, which permitted the development of condominiums. As a result, our local and national clients’ properties can be found throughout New York and across the United States.
Experienced in every type of residential and commercial condominium, cooperative, homeowner association development, and timeshare, our highly regarded attorneys taught at local law schools and hold leadership positions at various national, state, and local builders’ associations. Members of this group have served on the New York State Bar Association Committee on Condominiums and Cooperatives and on the Bar Association Liaison Committee with the Attorney General of the State of New York.
Our condominium lawyers understand the business, marketing and financing implications of these types of communities. Clients count on our advice in every stage of their project from construction to municipal relations.