Robert Rosenberg has been involved with the acquisition, development, financing and sale of commercial real estate for more than 30 years.

    From 1985-2005, Robert was a partner at one of New York’s most prominent law firms. During his tenure there, Robert acted on behalf of a wide range of institutional investors in transactions involving assets as diverse as Rockefeller Center (New York), the Ritz-Carlton Mauna Lani Bay Hotel (Hawaii), 525 Market Street (San Francisco), the Bank One Center (Indianapolis), One Riverwalk Place (San Antonio) and the Great Gorge/Vernon Valley Ski Resort (New Jersey). As counsel to Citibank and other “money center” banks, Robert has also had considerable experience with regard to the restructuring of distressed real estate projects. In addition, Robert has represented numerous U.S. investors seeking to acquire real property in non-U.S. jurisdictions such as Mexico, Canada, Germany, Belgium, France and the Bahamas.

    Prior to joining Squire Patton Boggs, Robert spent several years as a principal of Lubert-Adler Partners, one of the nation’s largest and most highly regarded real estate investment funds. In that capacity, he played a key role in the acquisition, repositioning and disposition of many large-scale real estate portfolios and real estate-related operating companies.

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    Education

    • Cornell University Law School, J.D., 1977
    • Washington University in St. Louis, B.A., cum laude, 1973

    Admissions

    • New York

    • Author, “Risky Business: Planning for Project Pitfalls,” Multifamily Executive (February 2000)
    • Author, “Managing the Tax Consequences of Tenant Construction Allowances: A Tenant’s Primer,” The Real Estate Finance Journal (Summer 1998)
    • Author, “Sales Tax on Building Employee Salaries?” Real Estate New York (March 1997)
    • Author, “Till Death Do Us Part: Pursuing the Deceased Guarantor,” The Banking Law Journal (December 1996)

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