Sharon Baldasare represents commercial landlords and tenants in all aspects of their corporate facility leasing needs. Clients rely on Sharon for her understanding of their business needs and goals and her ability to handle a high volume of complex commercial leasing work.
Sharon has developed particular experience in negotiating a variety of lease transactions on behalf of corporate tenants for office and industrial locations in the New York City metropolitan area and throughout the country. In addition to representing a Fortune 500 company and one of the nation’s largest providers of telecommunications services in all aspects of their corporate facility needs, Sharon also regularly represents tenants from a range of industries—including news media, publishing, television/movie production, and sports and entertainment—with respect to their commercial leasing matters.
Clients trust Sharon to efficiently and effectively structure, negotiate, and complete their lease transactions, drawing on her substantial experience to identify and propose resolutions to issues that are acceptable to all parties involved in a transaction. Her recent representations include:
- A local media company in connection with the decommissioning of its printing facilities and the leasing of over 130,000 square feet of office space on Long Island
- A major telecommunications provider in connection with its corporate headquarters lease of over 100,000 square feet in Long Island City, NY, as well as in connection with its nationwide retail expansion (consisting of the negotiation of 30+ retail leases in 2020/2021)
- A television/film company in connection with its leasing of production locations (most recently, approximately 100,000 square feet of studio space in Chicago, 135,000 square feet of warehouse/production space in Richmond, VA and 100,000 square feet of warehouse/production space in the Boston metro area)
- An entertainment company in connection with the leasing of its new corporate headquarters in midtown Manhattan
On May 26, 2020, the Mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio, signed a broad COVID-19 relief package into law, to supplement existing federal and state relief measures. The new legislation included several amendments to the Administrative Code of the City of New York (the “Code”) that affect commercial landlords and tenants, including N.Y.C. Council Int. No. 1932-A (“Local Law 1932-A”). Real the f [...]