Jerome J. Strelov is counsel to our Real Estate Group.
Mr. Strelov currently represents purchasers and sellers of commercial and residential real estate. On the commercial side, he negotiates "air rights" transactions, and has represented developers in the acquisition of property and air rights and the ultimate sale of the assembled package. On the residential side, he represents purchasers and sellers of condominium and cooperative apartments and townhouses. Mr. Strelov also represents both landlords and tenants in commercial leasing transactions for offices, stores, and restaurants. He has practiced real estate law for more than 20 years.
Mr. Strelov also practices corporate law, assisting a variety of middle market business clients with formation of corporations and limited liability companies, as well as with acquisitions, sales of assets, and a variety of other business related matters.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Strelov represented film and television producers and individuals in transactional entertainment matters.
He is admitted to practice in New York, New Jersey and The United States Tax Court.
Syracuse University (BS, magna cum laude, 1973)
New York Law School (JD, 1976)
Upcoming Speaking Engagements
Past Speaking Engagements
news & press
How do I Protect my NYC Property from Deed Theft?
Brick Underground quotes Jerome Strelov. Mr. Strelov notes New Yorkers can protect their property from deed theft by registering their condos and townhouses on the Department of Finance website.
The Pros and Cons of Rent-to-Own in NYC
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Sponsor Apartments but Were Afraid to Ask
Does Rent-to-Own Make Sense in NYC?
Jerome Strelov in Real Estate Weekly
Chelsea Rental Tower Fetches $138m in Off-Market Deal by Eastern Consolidated that closed in less than 60 days, 120 West 21st Street, aka 21 Chelsea, was sold by the Caiola family, of B and L Management, and Steve Rosenthal, of JR Equities. Real Estate Weekly mentioned this and noted Jerry Strelov as the attorney for the sellers.