For more than 45 years, Kenneth Gordon has concentrated his practice in all facets of real estate development, leasing, sales and acquisitions, condominium development, construction contracting, and financing, including securitized lending. He has counseled supermarket chains and other retailers and industrial clients in leasing and construction transactions.
He has also advised developers and investors in acquisitions, sales, development, leasing, and financing of shopping centers, warehouses, residential, and multifamily developments, and the acquisition of, clean-up, and development of environmentally sensitive sites for self-storage facilities, office buildings, and freestanding retail locations.
He also counsels clients on brownfields redevelopment and the tax and economic incentives awarded to them. A frequent speaker to industry and professional organizations on real estate and environmental issues, including numerous seminars and workshops at the International Council of Shopping Centers Law Conferences.
Kenneth was also a Guest Lecturer in Real Estate Transactions at the Columbia University School of Law and in Real Estate Development for a graduate-level course at the Columbia University School of Architecture.
His articles on legal issues affecting real estate development have appeared in the New York Law Journal, Shopping Centers Today and Real Estate Weekly and he is a contributor to the 2nd Edition of “Landlord’s Checklist of Silent Lease Issues.”
- J.D., Columbia Law School, 1967
- A.B., Rutgers University, 1964
Bar Admissions : New York
- New York State Bar Association, Real Estate and Environmental Law Sections, Member
- American Bar Association, Probate and Property Section
- International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), Member
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