David Fitzhenry is a Partner in the firm’s Real Estate Transactions and Cooperatives and Condominiums Practices.
Hands-On Counsel, Out-Of-The-Box Thinking
Mr. Fitzhenry has extensive experience handling sophisticated New York City real estate transactions. He has been on all sides of the real estate deal table, representing lenders, developers, sponsors, purchasers, sellers, landlords, tenants, condominium associations, and cooperative apartment corporations. As a result, he understands the parties’ disparate concerns and efficiently builds consensus in complicated multiparty transactions.
Private companies and commercial real estate owners regularly engage Mr. Fitzhenry to advise on new ventures, where he often acts as special counsel to major retailers, medical centers, and various nonprofit organizations pursuing conversions of existing properties to commercial condominiums, including the creation of complex leasehold condominium structures.
Mr. Fitzhenry counsels privately-held businesses on the bulk purchase of unsold cooperatives shares and unsold condominium units, as well as the subsequent required filings with the Department of Law.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Fitzhenry worked in private practice, where he represented clients in all aspects of residential and commercial real estate matters, including litigation related to real estate disputes.