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Lowenstein Sandler LLP

Stacey C. Tyler

Stacey C. Tyler

Associate

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

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Profile

Stacey handles a broad array of real estate transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions, development, leasing, financing, hospitality, and public-private partnership arrangements. She drafts and negotiates all types of transactions, analyzes due diligence, and collaborates on risk management strategies. To provide appropriate protection for her clients, Stacey also works with title companies, surveyors, municipalities, zoning analysts, environmental consultants, and other third-party service providers to ensure that each asset is thoroughly vetted.

Prior to joining Lowenstein Sandler, Stacey was a law firm associate 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
Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

Representing a tech startup in lease negotiations for office space in Manhattan; drafted the lease document and she interfaces with the landlord's counsel; advocates for key tenant asks such as technological specifications and connectivity of the space.

Representing a governmental agency in the sale of 700+ acres of land for industrial development; manages extensive diligence review, including complex title issues and compliance with several different municipalities with respect to operation and closure of landfills, utilities management, and tax agreements; negotiating environmental risk transfer provisions to protect client from future liability.

Representing the purchaser of a portfolio of self-storage properties; reviews and negotiates due diligence materials, including title and survey; analyzes restrictive covenants and municipal code with respect to zoning compliance; conducting oversight of the transfer of a PILOT agreement with the municipality.


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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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