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Spanish Steps: Why the Iberian Peninsula Is Gaga for Gotham Real Estate

New York’s real estate attorneys may need to brush up on their Spanish and Portuguese.

There has been an influx of high-net-worth investors from the Iberian Peninsula shopping for New York real estate deals in the past 18 months, industry analysts say. 546 more words


Stuart Saft: Why the Brooklyn Kid Is Busy Breaking Up Buildings

Stuart Saft, head of Holland & Knight’s New York real estate practice,  has seen it all in real estate. From assisting MetLife in its acquisition of American International Group’s global real estate holdings during the crash to  providing pre-bankruptcy planning for General Motors to solving the problem of a loud whistling sound emanating from the CitySpire Center, the Hofstra University- and Columbia Law School-educated attorney has a lot of transactions for blue-chip clients under his belt. 2,486 more words