Rachel Katz is an attorney in the New York real estate practice who represents clients in a range of sophisticated real estate transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions, financing and leasing matters. She focuses her practice on the development and operation of commercial, hospitality, mixed-use and residential properties, including the structuring and formation of condominium regimes. Ms. Katz has extensive experience in drafting and negotiating complex documents in a variety of real estate transactions. She routinely appears before the New York State Office of the Attorney General's Real Estate Finance Bureau in connection with the public and private offering of real property. Additionally, Ms. Katz advises cooperative and condominium boards in day-to-day affairs.
Ms. Katz's representative matters include:
Prior to joining Holland & Knight, Ms. Katz represented market- and government-regulated cooperatives and condominiums in a wide variety of real estate work, including corporate governance matters, refinancing, Mitchell-Lama regulatory matters and general transactional matters. Additionally, Ms. Katz represented clients in the acquisition and disposition of residential property throughout New York City.
Ms. Katz was a member of the Cardozo Scholars Program at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.
While attending the University of Maryland, Ms. Katz received an honors humanities citation from the University of Maryland's Honors College.
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