Haynes and Boone New York Welcomes Dave Calabrese


NEW YORK – Haynes and Boone, LLP New York continues its rapid expansion with the addition of Real Estate Partner Dave Calabrese, a lawyer with broad experience in all aspects of commercial real estate, encompassing conveyancing, leasing and financing.

“Dave’s skill and experience nicely complements the firm’s already strong bench of talent,” said Walter Schleimer, co-chair of the firm’s Real Estate Practice Group. “With his legal knowledge on board, we are rounding out a full-service New York-based commercial real estate practice that can handle an incredible array of increasingly complex client matters.”

New York Managing Partner Ken Bezozo added: “The firm is committed to providing clients with top-tier legal representation. Dave’s hire is a reinforcement of our dedication to this practice.”

Mr. Calabrese has extensive experience in the development and investment areas (including the structuring and financing of development and investment transactions), as well as the commercial leasing area, including both capital lease transactions (including ground leases and credit tenant leases) and occupancy lease transactions (including office, retail and specialty leases).

He was an adjunct professor at the Fordham University School of Law between 1999 and 2005.

Haynes and Boone’s Real Estate practice is one of the largest and most experienced in the nation. The practice group has more than 60 lawyers with experience representing clients engaged in every facet of buying, selling, developing, operating, leasing, capitalizing and financing real estate for operators, investors and users for clients in the U.S. and throughout the world.

The firm’s New York office is the most actively growing office of the firm’s 12 U.S. and international locations. To accommodate this rapid growth the firm has significantly increased its leasehold in the 70-story, iconic 30 Rockefeller Center complex.


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