Brandt, Steinberg, Lewis & Blond LLP

ABOUT


Peter Brandt founded the law firm of Brandt, Steinberg, Lewis & Blond LLP in 1932. In the nearly 85 years since, we have represented many thousands of properties of every size and description throughout New York City and nearly every municipality in the state. Our practice is concentrated on real estate tax appeals, exemptions, abatements and condemnations.

At the New York City law firm of Brandt, Steinberg, Lewis & Blond LLP, our client base includes land developers, entrepreneurs, property owners and net tenants who are interested in assistance with real estate tax appeals and related legal issues. Our attorneys have more than 175 years of combined experience in this field. We endeavor to solve client problems in a timely manner that reduces cost and meets the needs of our clients.

CONTACT

Address:
1430 Broadway, 6th  Floor
New York, NY 10018-3308

Phone:
(212) 563-2200

Website:
https://www.bsl-taxcert.com/

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STORIES


July Spotlight: <br>Semi-Annual Commercial Real Estate Guide

July Spotlight:
Semi-Annual Commercial Real Estate Guide

New York, NY The New York Real Estate Journal (NYREJ) has published its July Spotlight, the 2020 Semi-Annual Commercial ...

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NYC fails to provide meaningful relief to thousands of suffering taxpayers - by Peter Blond

NYC fails to provide meaningful relief to thousands of suffering taxpayers - by Peter Blond

A few months ago, I did not envision the “boys of summer” as the City Council arguing at the 11th hour over ...

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Despite COVID-19 and the lockdown, real estate taxes will still come due - Peter Blond

Despite COVID-19 and the lockdown, real estate taxes will still come due - Peter Blond

Most of the world has changed considerably since my last article in January. Governmental ineffectiveness, however, is u...

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Annual property assessments in New York City: Should you file a tax assessment protest?

Annual property assessments in New York City: Should you file a tax assessment protest?

Much has changed since the 2019/20 New York City assessment roll went “final” in late May of 2019. That&rsqu...

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Int. No. 1472-B: A cyber-watchdog for commercial and mixed-use landlords - by Peter Blond

Int. No. 1472-B: A cyber-watchdog for commercial and mixed-use landlords - by Peter Blond

After over twenty years in New York City real estate, I would have never dreamed the city’s own legislators would ende...

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July Spotlight: Celebrating 30 Years with the New York Real Estate Journal

July Spotlight: Celebrating 30 Years with the New York Real Estate Journal

New York, NY The New York Real Estate Journal celebrated it's 30th anniversary with a special spotlight edition...

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New York City real estate taxes bills are due in July: A minefield of surprises - by Peter Blond

New York City real estate taxes bills are due in July: A minefield of surprises - by Peter Blond

I’m very familiar with my phone ringing continuously at this time of year because New York City real estate tax bills ...

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Real Property Income & Expense filing –  The not so fun spring task on the horizon - by Peter Blond

Real Property Income & Expense filing – The not so fun spring task on the horizon - by Peter Blond

After discovering my raccoon ravaged garbage pail this morning, it reminded me of another not so fun spring task on the ...

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TC309 Accountant’s Certification: Knowledge is power, stay in contact with your certiorari counsel - by Peter Blond

TC309 Accountant’s Certification: Knowledge is power, stay in contact with your certiorari counsel - by Peter Blond

Not many – if any – things in life remain exactly the same for long.  Consider that statement in the context of rea...

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