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Andrew B. Freedland

Partner

Real Estate
Cooperative & Condominium Law

 

 

New York
t: 212-687-7770
f: 212-687-8030
email: abf@rosenlivingston.com
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Education

Rutgers University School of Law — Camden, J.D. 2003

Rutgers College, Rutgers University, B.A. 2000, High Honors

Bar Admissions

New York

New Jersey

Andrew B. Freedland is a partner in the Transactional Real Estate Department. His practice focuses on the representation and counseling of purchasers and sellers of commercial and residential real estate, lenders, condominiums and cooperatives and sponsors.

As part of his practice, Mr. Freedland represents property owners and operators in a wide variety of real estate related issues, including leasing, financing, acquisition and sale of both residential and commercial property. He is also counsel to cooperative and condominium buildings throughout New York City.

  • Purchase and sale of residential and mixed-use properties
  • Represented the owner of numerous mixed-use properties in the refinance of its properties
  • Represented cooperatives in refinancing underlying mortgages
  • Represented a lender in financing the construction of numerous single family residences
  • Represented a condominium with respect to claims against a sponsor for construction defects
  • Represented a purchaser in the bulk purchase of cooperative and condominium units
  • Represented sponsors in the conversion of buildings to condominium use and sale of the units
  • Represented property owners, cooperatives and condominiums in the negotiation of construction contracts
  • Represented landlords and tenants in the leasing of office and retail space (including several high end boutiques on Madison and Lexington Avenues)
  • Represented landlord in the negotiation of a retail lease with a Fortune 500 company
  • Represented cooperatives and condominiums through the process of updating and revising their governing documents
  • Legalize an illegally/improperly formed cooperative in New York City
  • Represent cooperatives and condominiums in the sale/license of hallway space and common areas
  • Represent landlords in the negotiation of cell phone tower leases and licenses
  • Representation of licensors and licensees for use and access to adjacent property for purposes of Local Law 11 work

PUBLICATIONS/REFERENCES IN NEWS OR PERIODS:

The New York Times, Real Estate Section, Q&A Column, June 9, 2011 and March 15, 2012

The Cooperator, Co-op and Condo Monthly – August 2007, December 2007, September 2008, February 2009, June 2010

  • New York City Bar Association