In this episode of Inside R&E, Zachary J. Rothken, Member and Head of R&E’s Administrative Law Department, welcomes Michael Mintz, CEO and Founder at MD Squared Property Group, for a discussion on commercial and residential property management in New York City. As a long-time NYC resident and established real estate advisor, Michael’s approach to property management prioritizes the needs of tenants while also providing landlords and owners with strategic operational guidance to navigate an increasingly complex regulatory environment. Over the course of their conversation, Zachary and Michael share best practices to ensure a smooth handling of tenant-related issues, ways in which owners and landlords can optimize lease terms and conditions, the most common management mistakes made by NYC landlords, and much more.
Michael has a decade of experience in property management and has established himself as a leading manager and key investment advisor in the real estate industry. He has a proven track record in successfully managing buildings through major capital projects and maximizing real estate values. Under his leadership, MD Squared Property Group is recognized as one of New York City’s leading property management and real estate investment firms.
Zachary’s practice focuses on complex rent regulatory issues concerning rent stabilization and rent control. He represents property owners in administrative proceedings before DHCR and other administrative agencies, including claims alleging rent overcharge, TPU audits, petitions for administrative review and reduction of services. Zachary counsels prospective purchasers, sellers and lenders in performing due diligence on properties subject to rent regulation. His practice also includes representing property owners in a wide variety of litigation matters, including: Article 78 proceedings, Supreme Court actions and landlord-tenant summary proceedings. Zachary is frequently invited to speak on webinars, podcasts and in-person panels addressing rent stabilization and related legislative developments.
For any questions related to this episode, please contact Zachary J. Rothken at [email protected] or (212) 551-8453.
Michael Mintz can be reached at [email protected] or (212) 518-2690.
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