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Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP

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Tal Golomb

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Work 212-859-8619
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Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP

Work Department

Real Estate; Land Use, Construction and Development

Position

Tal J. Golomb is a partner in Fried Frank's Real Estate Department, resident in the New York office. He specializes in real estate development, large-scale economic development projects, land use, governmental incentives and construction. His practice has involved the representation of developers, owners and not-for-profit institutions on the largest and most complicated real estate projects in New York City and the region.

Career

Mr. Golomb joined Fried Frank in 2007 and became partner in 2012.

Member

Mr. Golomb serves on the Board of Directors for Friends of Governors Island and for Coro New York Leadership Center.

Education

Mr. Golomb received his JD from Columbia University School of Law, where he was a James Kent Scholar, in 2002. He received his BA, magna cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania in 1998.


United States

Real estate

Within: Real estate

‘Best in class’ Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP is adept at handling acquisitions and dispositions, leasing, joint ventures, REIT matters, litigation, and land use and development issues, as well as mortgage, mezzanine and construction financing for borrowers and lenders. A recent highlight saw Robert Sorin advise Google on its $2.4bn acquisition of the Chelsea Market building in New York City. Practice chair Jonathan Mechanic, who is ‘a great intermediary when negotiating complex transactions’, advised JP Morgan on its headquarters redevelopment at 270 Park Avenue in New York, while Tal Golomb and Sorin advised Related Companies and Vornado Realty Trust on the $1.6bn redevelopment of the James A Farley post office building as part of the redevelopment of New York's Penn Station. Joshua Mermelstein led in representing Trinity Church Wall Street on Disney's $650m purchase of a 99-year lease at 4 Hudson Square, where the company will build its new New York headquarters. The firm continues to represent Related Companies and Oxford Properties on the $20bn development project at Hudson Yards, and this year it secured the sale of leases to Third Point, Arosa Capital Management and HealthCor Management, Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners and Mount Sinai. Of counsel Stephen Lefkowitz and Washington DC-based Valerie Kelly are also recommended, as is associate Alex Sutherland and Nathaniel Lifschitz, who was promoted to partner in March 2018. Other clients include Maefield Development, Brookfield, The Children’s Investment Fund Management and Blackstone. All named attorneys are based in New York unless stated otherwise.

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