Partners Robert Chicco, Peter Alpert, Brian R. Sahn and James C. Ricca

The Real Estate Department delivers comprehensive, innovative, and practical legal services for life-cycle real estate needs on a local, regional and national basis, from acquisition, sale and financing of industrial, commercial, warehouse facilities, retail, multi-family, residential, hotel and office properties. The Real Estate Department integrates many of the Firm's other practice areas such as Environmental, Tax Certiorari and Land Use and Zoning, to provide our clients with a totally comprehensive organic real estate focus. Our attorneys also represent corporations, real estate firms, property management companies, financial institutions, and other real estate holders and operators in connection with their use, management and operation of commercial real estate. Our Real Estate Department also counsels clients relative to real estate brokerage matters, be it from a service provider perspective or user perspective. The Firm counsels property owners, contractors and subcontractors in connection with construction contracts, filings, discharge and litigation of mechanics' liens. Our attorneys also practice landlord representation and tenant representation of clients in lease and sublease transactions, and advise clients relative to landlord/tenant disputes and litigation.

The condominium, cooperative and homeowner association group represents sponsors of offering plans for residential, multi-family and commercial properties as well as serving as counsel to over fifty cooperatives, condominiums and other community associations. In connection with such representation, the Firm provides a broad spectrum of services, including financing, transfers, certiorari, corporate and litigation.

Our attorneys also counsel the Firm's real estate clients regarding implementation of "Green" elements into real estate projects, whether it be, for example, working with clients to conform to and take advantage of governmental incentives, or to assist clients in achieving voluntary status such as becoming LEED certified.

Our attorneys possess an advanced level of expertise in various forms of finance, including acquisition, construction and permanent financing, Small Business Administration and Industrial Development Agency financing, procurement of economic development grants and tax free like-kind exchanges.

Our clients include developers, public corporations, investors, equity owners, contractors, government agencies, financial institutions, schools, landlords, tenants, brokers, property managers and individuals.

Attorneys practicing in this field:

Jeffrey D. Forchelli
Peter Alpert
Anthony B. Barton
• Daniel P. Deegan
• Kathleen Deegan Dickson
Robert Chicco
James C. Ricca
Brian R. Sahn
John V. Terrana

William F. Bonesso
Richard A. Blumberg
Andrew E. Curto
Steven G. Gaebler
• Aaron Gershonowitz
Gregory S. Lisi
Judy Lynn Simoncic
• Andrea Tsoukalas
Douglas W. Atkins

Frank Davis
Robert L. Renda
Mary E. Mongioi
Daniel S. Dornfeld

Related Information

June 2014
Enhanced Practices, New Lawyers Fit Firm’s Forte — LIBN

July 5, 2013
Firm Ranked Second Largest Real Estate Law Firm on Long Island by Long Island Business News

April 24th, 2012
Long Island Business News Honors Jeffrey D. Forchelli with a 2012 Real Estate & Development Award

May 24, 2011
Company of the Month: Forchelli, Curto, Deegan, Schwartz, Mineo & Terrana, LLP: Successful lawyers, successful clients — New York Real Estate Journal

April 4, 2011
Jeffrey D. Forchelli Orchestrates Public/Private Land Deal to Help NCC Expand

October 2010
Forchelli, Curto, Deegan On Top of Long Island - Building Long Island

June 2010
Firm Corporate Profile Featured in the Long Island Business News

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