|Production Date:||January 25 2011|
As the NYC commercial real estate market begins to stabilize and recover from the crash of 2010, attorneys seeking office space must understand how to navigate the current market in order to secure the best deal on new or existing leases. In this engaging Q & A presentation, experienced real estate broker Bertram Rosenblatt and attorney Kristen Wagner discuss the impact that the recent changes in NYC real estate have had on local law firms. Throughout this lively conversation, Mr. Rosenblatt highlights the importance of location, explains the role of brokers and commercial real estate attorneys, and makes specific suggestions for smaller firms and solo practitioners. Additionally, Mr. Rosenblatt offers guidance on negotiating rental leases, avoiding real estate tax increases, understanding good guy guarantees, and the significance of LEED certifications. Concluding with his predictions for future changes in the NYC real estate market, Mr. Rosenblatt provides practical information and tips for attorneys on how to avoid the common pitfalls associated with negotiating new and current NYC leases.
I. Changes in the NYC Commercial Real Estate Market
II. Common Pitfalls for Tenants
III. Location & Zoning Issues
IV. Negotiating the Lease: Important Considerations
V. Good Guy Guaranty
VI. Green & LEED Certified Buildings
February 9, 2011
Andrew (New York, NY)
good, concise, and clear presentation
daniel (New York, NY)
Michael (Mineola, NY)
I'd rent space using him as a broker!
Frank (Norwalk, CT)
Mindi (New York, NY)
I learned alot about renting space in New York. I would recommend this llecture to other attorneys.
James (Rochester, NY)
Good for NYC attorneys.
Jay (Austin, TX)
I have already recommended it prior to finishing this form.
Arthur (New York, NY)
I thought the lecture was informative and well presented
William J. (Princeton, NJ)
Excellent, helpful new dimension to the general subject matter
Franklin (Brooklyn, NY)
Katalin (Alexandria, VA)
I found this course to be extremely informative and Mr. Rosenblatt to be an engaging speaker.
Olivera (New York, NY)
Fantastic overview of the real estate market; very useful information.
Ben-zion (Brooklyn, NY)
excellent, very real and useful information.
Wendy (New Rochelle, NY)
Very interesting. Good speakers.
Hwesu (Bronxville, NY)
David (Pasadena, CA)
Great Deal Point Insights!
David (New York, NY)
This is a sensible talk with lots of practical information and insights.
Andrea (Manalapan, NJ)
This course is a MUST for any lawyer who wishes to lease office space in NYC.
kenneth (New York, NY)
An excellent primer on the NYC real estate market
Jennifer (Cold Spring Harbor, NY)
Bertram Rosenblatt is excellent! Extremely well-spoken and informative. This is probably the best course I have taken to date.
David (New York, NY)
Excellent real world tips for the law firm seeking office space in NYC.
Elissa (Mamaroneck, NY)
Speaker was incredibly knowledgable about the nuances of leasing deals.
Bridget (New York, NY)
Excellent information! I will be hiring a NYC real estate attorney before signing any commercial leases.
Daniel (Teaneck, NJ)
Useful class on the business of law.
Jerrold (PINE BUSH, NY)
Guy really knows the market.
Christine (New York, NY)
very good speaker. very knowledgeable.
Maria Rosario (Brooklyn, NY)
This lecture was extremely helpful both for real estate practitioners and for lawyers looking for office space in Manhattan. Rosenblatt discussed rents in different Manhattan neighborhoods (above 57th St, midtown, downtown, Chambers Street; which areas are more expensive and why), provisions common to commercial leases and suggestions for practitioners.
Alexander Shepard (Washington DC, DC)
thomas (New York, NY)
Great for the NYC attorney.