Daniella Zelefsky is a senior associate in the Real Estate Transactions and Cooperative and Condominium Housing practice groups. She has extensive experience in commercial and residential matters through her representation of developers, sponsors, landlords, lenders and individual purchasers and sellers.
Ms. Zelefsky has represented developers in all phases of condominium conversions and development, from testing the market and drafting offering plans through amending offering plans and handling sponsor closings. Additionally, Ms. Zelefsky has represented numerous landlords, tenants and subtenants in complex leasing transactions. She also counsels various condominium and cooperative boards in their real estate matters.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Zelefsky handled complex commercial and residential real estate matters at several firms including Rosenman & Colin, LLP (now Katten Muchin Rosenman, LLP) and Friedman, Krauss & Zlotolow LLP.
- New York University School of Law (J.D., 2001)
- Brooklyn College (B.A., 1997), summa cum laude