Our Firm

Founded in 1985, Kurzman Eisenberg Corbin & Lever, LLP is a general practice AV rated law firm with offices located in White Plains, New York and New York City.

The Firm represents clients throughout the New York metropolitan area and elsewhere in the United States, as well as in state and Federal courts and before numerous regulatory agencies. Our attorneys are admitted to practice in New York, Connecticut and Florida, and in the United States Tax Court, Circuit Courts of Appeal.

Kurzman Eisenberg Corbin & Lever, LLP is the law firm of choice for consistently excellent legal service.

News

  • Represented owner of prominent NYC buildings in office lease for 13 full floors with institutional lender for its new headquarters

    February 01 2018 • Press Releases

    Negotiated office lease for entire space in prominent NYC office building on behalf of well-known real estate company based in San Francisco with major holdings in California and NYC. Project also included negotiation of a construction completion guaranty, a cross-indemnity agreement between the entities comprising landlord, and a holdover indemnity.

  • Closed $90,000,000 refinancing of NYC trophy office building on behalf of the owner/developer.

  • $84,000,000 acquisition and construction financing for landmarked warehouse in lower Manhattan on behalf of borrower

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  • $50,000,000 acquisition and initial construction loan for assemblage of prime Park Avenue real estate with complex FAR and ZLDA issues on behalf of lender

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  • $14,000,000 acquisition and financing of a strip shopping center in Sanford, Florida from a prominent REIT on behalf of a well-known metropolitan real estate owner

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  • $500,000,000 mixed-use, waterfront project involving complex financing, environmental, zoning, affordable housing and zoning issues on behalf of a developer.

  • 70,000 square foot headquarters lease for a Fortune 10 company in midtown Manhattan on behalf the landlord

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  • Joint venture buy-out of interest in NYC office building, including a $400,000,000 refinancing through defeasance

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