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Matthew D. Healey



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Matthew Healey is a Counsel in the Cooperatives and Condominiums and Real Estate Transactions Practices at Ganfer Shore Leeds & Zauderer.

Valued Counsel, Common-Sense Representation

Mr. Healey has experience with a wide variety of commercial and residential real estate acquisitions, sales, leasing, and financings. He represents developers, owners, holders, investors, buyers, and sellers of significant commercial properties, multi-family developments, cooperative and condominium units, and high-end residences.

Mr. Healy also handles general day-to-day corporate governance on behalf of cooperative and condominium boards, including preparing and negotiating architect and contractor agreements, shareholder disputes, and mortgage financings.

Prior to joining Ganfer Shore Leeds & Zauderer, Mr. Healey was associated with New York firms specializing in real estate financing and cooperative, condominium, and other real estate transfers and related transactions.



  • Represented large privately held national corporation in the acquisition and financing of a multi-parcel regional warehouse and office facility
  • Represented developers in the acquisition and financing of blocks of cooperative apartments and blocks of condominium units
  • Represented building owner in the negotiation and creation of a prominent Manhattan multi-dealer retail center
  • Represented regional real estate investor in refinancing a significant real estate portfolio
  • Represented purchasers and sellers of cooperative and condominium units and private homes, including notable eastern Long Island luxury properties
  • Represented long term multi-generational co-owners of Manhattan property converted to a residential condominium
  • Negotiated agreements relating to the sale of development rights in various forms
  • Represented foreign bank in leasing a significant midtown office
  • Represented landlords and tenants in prime Manhattan retail leasing transactions
  • Represented both landlords and tenants in the negotiation of commercial and residential leases
  • Represented foreign families in acquiring Manhattan real estate portfolios


  • Fordham University School of Law (J.D., 1991)
  • Le Moyne College (B.A., 1984)


  • New York (1992)
  • Connecticut (1991)


  • Member, New York State Bar Association
  • Member, New York City Bar Association; former Chair, Committee on Young Lawyers