Steven Monteforte is a partner in the Real Estate Practice Group in the New York office of Haynes and Boone, LLP. Although his practice has involved a wide variety of real estate transactions, during the last several years Steven’s practice has consisted predominantly of representing large, institutional tenants in all aspects of their corporate facility needs in New York City and throughout the country, including commercial lease transactions and national and worldwide brokerage and facility management agreements.
- "Admissibility of Evidence in Probation/Parole Revocation Proceedings and in Criminal Prosecutions: Applying a Single Standard," 50 Fordham Law Review, 1981-1982
- Best Lawyers in America, 2010-2014
- New York Super Lawyers, 2006-2013
01/24/2013 - Think Real Estate, January 2013
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01/09/2013 - Structuring the Complex Commercial Real Estate Lease - Government Incentives, Real Estate Tax Exemptions, Condominium Conversions, Financial Reporting Considerations, Intervening Leases, Tax Considerations and Unintended Consequences
Competition for tenants of substantial commercial real estate leases will often require the successful landlord to agree to complex lease structures, or even the re-structuring of the underlying real estate.