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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As July tax bills soar despite uncertain outlook, is this just the tip of the real estate tax iceberg? - by Peter Blond

As July tax bills soar despite uncertain outlook, is this just the tip of the real estate tax iceberg? - by Peter Blond

Imagine the shock and awe each June as New York City real estate tax bills land on owners’ desks, or via the inter...

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New York City property tax assessments - by Peter Blond

New York City property tax assessments - by Peter Blond

The January 18th release of the 2022/23 New York City real estate tax assessment roll provided property owners with a ne...

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January Spotlight: Semi-Annual Commercial Real Estate Guide

January Spotlight: Semi-Annual Commercial Real Estate Guide

New York, NY The New York Real Estate Journal (NYREJ) has published its July Spotlight, the 2021&nbs...

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City assessor’s approach could exacerbate damage to negatively impacted properties post-pandemic - by Peter Blond

City assessor’s approach could exacerbate damage to negatively impacted properties post-pandemic - by Peter Blond

With the return of Broadway and seemingly “life” in Midtown Manhattan, the New York City Department of Finan...

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New York City unexpectedly slashed assessments, but big increases could be on the horizon - by Peter Blond

New York City unexpectedly slashed assessments, but big increases could be on the horizon - by Peter Blond

While real estate valuation for tax purposes is frequently more art than science, the past six months in New York City h...

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July Spotlight: 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 2021&nbs...

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New York City is making changes to  income and expense annual reporting - by Peter Blond

New York City is making changes to income and expense annual reporting - by Peter Blond

While much of life continues to be a forced “new normal,” some things never change. The annual New York City...

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2021 – Best opportunity to protest your tax assessment - by Peter Blond

2021 – Best opportunity to protest your tax assessment - by Peter Blond

January is always a busy time of year for a tax certiorari practitioner. The two primary causes for the increased worklo...

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Where is the relief for the landlords of  New York City’s five boroughs? - by Peter Blond

Where is the relief for the landlords of New York City’s five boroughs? - by Peter Blond

Countless frantic property owners continue to call and email me, sounding the alarm months after the grand “re-ope...

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