For 50 years, Rosenberg & Estis, P.C. has been New York City’s largest firm focusing solely on real estate. Our full-service firm collaborates on every aspect of real estate to provide comprehensive legal representation to owners, developers, investors and stakeholders.


Areas of Practice

Administrative Law / Rent Regulations
Co-op / Condo
Opportunity Zones
Property Tax (Certiorari)
Reorganization & Bankruptcy
State & Federal Court Appeals
Tax Incentives & Affordable Housing
Trusts & Estates
Zoning & Land Use

Rosenberg & Estis, P.C. proudly welcomes its 2024 Summer Law Clerks:
Alex Pillarella, Cathryn Ricciardelli, Dylan Shapiro, Gabriel Slobodyansky, Vanessa Vogel, and Jalen Wright.

Rosenberg & Estis, P.C. has been named by U.S. News & World Report in its 2024 Best Companies to Work For: Law Firms list. This recognition follows the Firm’s 2023 inclusion on Crain’s Best Places to Work in NYC list – both achievements highlighting our premier legal team, as well as the diversity and commitment of our staff.

We are proud to provide a working environment where talent thrives, and we look forward to continuing to set a standard of excellence within the legal real estate industry.

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Inside R&E Podcast

Inside R&E is a podcast hosted by New York City’s leading real estate attorneys who discuss current issues facing developers, owners and operators in the industry.

In our latest episode, William Byers, a member of the firm, demystifies the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA). The CTA, enacted to combat money laundering and other illicit activities, mandates the disclosure of beneficial owners and controllers of companies. Byers expertly navigates the nuances of this new and challenging area of legislation and sheds light on its implications for business owners, explaining several aspects of the CTA’s provisions, including reporting requirements and exemptions.

Byers also clarifies the complexities surrounding beneficial ownership, outlining the parameters for identifying beneficial owners and those with substantial control. Through real-world scenarios and meticulous analysis, this episode demonstrates the CTA’s impact on various business structures, from LLCs to partnerships.