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Jay Neveloff

Partner, Chair of Real Estate
Kramer, Levin, Naftalis & Frankel
1177 Sixth Avenue
New York, NY 10036
212.715.9100
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Jay Neveloff is a real estate lawyer at Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel, an international law firm in New York. Neveloff focuses on representation regarding, acquisitions and dispositions, joint ventures, commercial lending transactions, restructurings, and workouts for private equity funds, financial institutions and other entities.

Neveloffs notable representations include a number of prominent New York real estate developers and their projects, such as the Witkoff Group at 150 Charles Street and 10 Madison Square West, Related-Apollo at Time Warner Center, and the Trump Organization in various projects for more than two decades. Additionally, he has done sales work for Starwood Hotels including the sale of the Sheraton Manhattan. His accomplishments regularly land him on best lawyers lists such as Legal 500 USA and Super Lawyers. Real Estate Weekly named him Top Deal Maker in both 2008 and 2009. In 2014, The Real Deal cited Neveloff in its list of NYCs most expensive real estate lawyers, those billing at near or more than $1,000 an hour. Neveloff was then reported to cost nearly $1,075 an hour.

He holds a JD from New York University School of Law.

-WP

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