Effective representation of clients engaged in large scale redevelopment projects starts at the local level and involves regional, state and national interests that require a multi-disciplinary integrated team of counsel with practical and creative approaches to guide projects to completion.
Cuddy & Feder’s Commercial Real Estate Law practice group has extensive experience assisting our clients in all types of real estate transactions.

Our firm was founded on the strengths of our real estate practice 50 years ago. From housing, mixed-use developments, shopping centers and office buildings to parks and affordable housing projects, we have played a key role in shaping the real estate landscape throughout Westchester, Fairfield, Long Island and the Hudson Valley. We have also successfully represented clients in real estate transactions both nationally and globally.

Our Commercial Real Estate lawyers work collaboratively and creatively with a diverse set of clients – investment institutions, developers, entrepreneurs, landlords, home builders, lenders, borrowers, manufacturers, commercial and not-for-profit organizations, public-private partnerships and governmental entities – to negotiate and successfully close complex transactions. In each transaction, we pay detailed attention to the allocation of risks, rights and obligations of all parties to ensure a favorable outcome.

We are also committed to providing our clients with a range of strategies in support of their real estate objectives. As needed, we rely on the bench strength of our firm’s corporate, bond financing, environmental, land use and litigation attorneys to ensure our clients get the most out of their real estate endeavors and relationship with our firm.

SERVICES

Sales and acquisitions of all types of properties

Commercial and residential development

Office and retail leasing including single user occupancy

Manufacturing and industrial leasing

Construction and professional services agreements

Representing developers of projects that AFFH and are financed using LIHTC and other sources

Mortgage and asset-backed lending

Construction loans

Mezzanine loans

Distressed debt acquisition, loan workouts and restructurings

Eon Nichols discusses the basics of IDA financing and how it can be beneficial for real estate developers and owners.
On Thursday, November 18, Eon S. Nichols, Partner and Vice-chair of the Real Estate, Corporate, Finance and Non-Profit groups will participate in a panel discussion “Breaking Down Roadblocks in Commercial Development” hosted by the Hudson Gateway Commercial & Investment Division (HGCID).
In residential real estate transactions, sellers and buyers frequently rely on the expertise of licensed real estate brokers to show properties, negotiate terms of a sale, attend inspections and otherwise bring deals to closing.
I have worked with Bill Null at Cuddy & Feder on many development projects working through the entitlement process. The firm’s professional approach and ability to work and relate to the design professionals develops a seamless and effective team approach.
Steven Grogg, Vice President at McLaren Engineering Group
I have worked with Cuddy & Feder lawyers on a number of development projects over the years and their focus is always on achieving the best possible results for the client. They are extremely thorough and responsive.
Tracey J. Roll, VP Real Estate Development, T.M. Crowley & Associates
I have had the opportunity to work with Bill Null and Cuddy & Feder for many years. We have trusted Bill and the Cuddy team with many significant projects and value his perspective. I look forward to our continued working relationship.
John Barnes, SVP, SL Green