New York, NY The law practice of Slater & Beckerman P.C. has merged into Hirschen Singer & Epstein LLP (HSE).
As part of HSE, the Slater & Beckerman team will enable the firm to provide a broad spectrum of zoning and land use services to their clients, seamlessly integrated into HSE’s existing foundation in government assisted real estate and real estate finance transactions. HSE’s zoning and land use services will include all matters zoning and land use-related, including zoning due diligence and analysis, zoning lot mergers and transfers of development rights, and applications to New York City land use agencies, including the City Planning Commission, the Board of Standards and Appeals, and the Landmarks Preservation Commission.
The zoning and land use attorneys joining HSE from Slater & Beckerman are Stuart Beckerman, Esq., Carole Slater, Esq., Stephanie Marazzi, Esq., and Benjamin Stark, Esq.
“We are thrilled to have the zoning and land use team from Slater & Beckerman join us at HSE,” said HSE partner Christine Coletta. “In addition to being extremely skilled and diligent lawyers, they share our mission driven culture, which makes this an ideal match. Both firms value the opportunity to use our knowledge, experience and creativity to galvanize transactions and developments that foster an inclusive, vibrant and affordable New York City. This merger will put us in position to offer a more comprehensive array of services to our clients in furtherance of that ultimate goal.”
“Like the attorneys at HSE, we care deeply about the people and the built environment of New York City and are dedicated to doing the best work possible for our clients, which include developers of residential and commercial projects, as well as lenders and non-profit institutions,” said Stuart Beckerman, new partner at HSE and former managing principal at S&B. “The energy, passion, creativity and experience of HSE’s attorneys were a huge draw for us. We see this merger as a win-win for us and an added bonus for our clients, who can now draw from a larger pool of expertise.”