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Ira S. Nesenoff

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Arbitration, Banking & Finance, Corporate, Business Organization, Business Successions, Wireless; Commercial Banks; Commercial Leasing; Commercial Real Estate; Condominiums; Construction Contracts; Construction; Construction Liens; Contract; Conveyancing; Corporate Governance; Credit & Debt; Dissolution; Foreclosure; Franchising; Joint Ventures; Landlord-Tenant; Lending; Limited Liability Companies; Workout; Mediation; Partnerships; Real Estate; Reorganization; Residential Real Estate; Shareholders' Rights; Title Insurance; Transactions; Uniform Commercial Code; Venture Capital

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Ira S. Nesenoff has, from inception to closing, led and participated in numerous real estate transactions; real estate contracts; securitized mortgage loan transactions; mezzanine loans; acquisition, construction and project loan financing facilities; preferred equity operating agreements; complex capital structures; ground lease financings; office, retail and industrial leasing transactions; ground leases; asset based lending; partnership and operating agreements; real estate loan workout agreements; real-estate syndication documents; and secured and unsecured lending transactions.

Ira S. Nesenoff divides his practice into two major areas: complex real estate transactions and litigation involving real estate matters including foreclosure actions. He is well known throughout the New York City Metropolitan Area for his comprehensive knowledge of real estate and related matters. He has a powerful deal making presence, this, coupled with his substantial knowledge of complex real estate matters makes him a most formidable adversary and representative for his substantial client base. With nearly twenty-five (25) years of experience providing solid and trustworthy counsel to well-known owners, operators and developers on major real estate transactions, his presence in the New York City market has expanded to include other markets in the New York Metropolitan. He has handled as lead counsel and otherwise participated in some of the most high profile real estate transactions in the City of New York. Mr. Nesenoff maintains his cutting edge business smarts and finely honed negotiating skills by his constant interaction with real estate operators, bankers, real estate, leasing and mortgage brokers as well as attending and participating in cutting edge topic seminars. He is respected and well known by a great cross-section of real estate professionals and has a reputation of being the consummate deal maker. With his practical business approach to all legal representations, he is goal orientated and does not loose his primary focus on providing his client with superior protection while at the same time making the deal. He represents diversified clients including individual real estate entrepreneurs, real estate companies, lenders, investment bankers, banks, as well as start up companies and individual investors.

School Degree Major Graduation
Widener University School of Law J.D. Law School N/A
State University of New York at Albany B.S. N/A N/A N/A
State / Court Date
New York 1985 N/A

Service Type:Private


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New York, NY 10001


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