Ari Glatt is an associate in Nixon Peabody’s Real Estate group. He practices in all areas of real estate, handling a broad array of commercial transactions including acquisitions and dispositions, complex financings and leasings. Ari also advises on condominium and cooperative law in preparing offering plans, overseeing unit sales, and managing closings for both new construction and conversion projects.
My practice covers all stages of purchase and sale transactions from planning and drafting documents, through negotiations and closing. I represent clients such as institutional lenders, major developers, and owners by counseling them on purchase and sale agreements, tax structuring, title review, and other site acquisition services.
As part of my commercial real estate work, I guide investors on the formation and conversion of condominium and cooperative properties. I prepare offering plans and navigate the submissions process with the attorney general’s office—which has helped cultivate strong relationships with various city and state agencies. As an appointee to the NYC Cooperative and Condominium Committee, I am apprised of cutting edge issues in the world of condos and coops, permitting me to keep my clients and firm colleagues aware of critical legal developments.
I draft purchase and construction financing documents—including loan documents, assignments, modifications, subordinations, certificates, resolutions and consents—for commercial and private lenders and borrowers. My experience forming business entities and structuring corresponding documents such as LLC and partnership operating agreements enables me to analyze business opportunities for clients from both a business and legal standpoint.
The depth and breadth of our national real estate practice allow me to get involved with many different aspects of commercial leasing. I represent both landlords and tenants to negotiate, assign and amend commercial, retail, and ground leases.
As the interest of international investors continues to affect the real estate market, I see a greater emphasis on the development of real estate joint ventures between different industries to develop and use commercial real estate.
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University of Chicago Law School, J.D., Ruth Wyatt Rosenson Scholar
Columbia University School of Law, Visiting Law Student
Lander College, B.A., summa cum laude