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Lowenstein Sandler LLP

Stacey C. Tyler

Stacey C. Tyler

Counsel

Expertise

  • Corporate
  • Real Estate

WSG Practice Industries

Activity

Lowenstein Sandler LLP
New Jersey, U.S.A.

Profile

Stacey handles a broad array of real estate transactions including acquisitions, dispositions, development, leasing, financing, hospitality, joint ventures, and public-private partnership arrangements. She manages all stages of the transaction process, drafting and negotiating operative documents, analyzing due diligence, collaborating on risk management strategies, and liaising with third party service providers (e.g., brokers, title companies, surveyors, zoning analysts, and environmental consultants).

Stacey’s work spans all 50 states, and her clients range from institutional landlords and lenders to tech startups. Her broad-based experience gives her the perspective to effectively assess key issues and help her clients achieve their goals.

Prior to joining Lowenstein Sandler, Stacey was an associate at Alston & Bird LLP, focusing on commercial real estate finance, primarily on lender-side loan originations for capital markets. She also served as an intern to the Hon. Carolyn E. Demarest (Ret.) of the Kings County Supreme Court, Commercial Division.

Bar Admissions

    New York
    New Jersey

Education

Brooklyn Law School (J.D. 2013); International Business Law Fellow
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (B.A. 2007), Romance languages; Douglass College Scholars Program
Areas of Practice

Corporate | Real Estate

Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

Represented a luxury fashion e-commerce company in the lease of more than 85,000 square feet in downtown Manhattan.

Represented the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority (NJSEA) in the disposition of more than 700 acres of undeveloped lands located within the Meadowlands corridor, which included coordinating the closure and ongoing operation and management of four landfills, and repositioning the land for warehouse and logistics-based redevelopment. This transaction marked the conclusion of an approximately 20-year effort to close landfills and redevelop the surrounding uplands.

Represented a leading private equity firm in connection with the sale of a full-service boutique hotel in Manhattan for over $70M.

Represented an institutional landlord in the lease of 4 floors to a technical school in downtown Manhattan, including elaborate bespoke tenant improvements.


Articles

With co-working spaces such as WeWork growing in popularity, real estate attorneys are frequently called upon to help clients navigate the pitfalls of shared space agreements. This article discusses shared space agreements generally, how these agreements differ from leases, advantages and disadvantages of these agreements from the user’s perspective, and considerations for counsel to both the user and the tenant/licensor.


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With coworking spaces such as WeWork growing in popularity, real estate attorneys are frequently called upon to help clients navigate the pitfalls of shared space agreements. This article discusses shared space agreements generally, how these agreements differ from leases, advantages and disadvantages of these agreements from the user’s perspective, and considerations for counsel to both the user and the tenant/licensor.


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