Urban Land Institute

YuhTyng Patka To Speak at ULI New York's Young Leader Group Event

The PACE Financing Practice and NYC Climate Mobilization Act Task Force Chair will be a guest at the March 5 “Peer to Peer” event, where she will discuss the progression of LL97 and what it means for developers, builders, and operators across NYC.

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Ashley Doukas, Chair of the Land Use & Zoning Practice, Discusses 'The City of Yes'

The new zoning initiative announced by the City of New York in the summer of 2023, is a major overhaul of the city’s zoning laws, aimed at updating antiquated rules to open up areas to more kinds of development and retail businesses.

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Connect CRE

Jonathan E. Rothstein and Matthew P. Carpinello Promoted to the Partnership

We’re thrilled to announce the promotion of our very own Jonathan Rothstein and Matthew Carpinello, to the partnership within A&S’ Joint Venture (JV) and Finance Practice Groups, respectively.

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Connect CRE

Connect CRE Honors Partner Kim Le as a 2023 Lawyers in Real Estate Award Recipient

A&S Partner C. Kim Le, co-chair of the Firm's Real Estate Practice Group, named in Connect CRE’s 2023 Lawyers in Real Estate Awards for the New York/Tri-state region.

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A&S Impact Practice Co-Chair and Real Estate Partner Danielle Ash Moderates Bisnow Conference Panel

The “Multifamily Development, Investment, Zoning & Creative Incentives” panel discussed the challenges of developing multifamily properties, including affordable housing, and addressed how the lack of government incentive behind office-to-residential

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Adler & Stachenfeld LLP

The Corporate Transparency Act | Effective January 1, 2024 | What You Should Know

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Yield Pro Magazine

A&S Partner YuhTyng Patka Comments on New Laws Regarding Carbon Emissions of NYC Apartment Buildings

NYC Climate Mobilization Act Task Force and PACE Financing Practice Co-Chair YuhTyng Patka highlights two laws enacted by New York City, Local Law 84 and Local Law 97, with the latter requiring buildings to reduce greenhouse emissions to zero by 2050

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