Hirsch L. Neustein practices in all areas of real estate law, representing developers, owners, equity investors, lenders, and tenants in connection with acquisitions and dispositions, financings, joint ventures, development and construction, and commercial leasing. Hirsch is also a member of the firm's Condominium and Planned Communities Group.
Prior to joining Brownstein, Hirsch was an associate at a boutique law firm in New York City, where he represented real estate developers and joint venture partners in connection with the financing, acquisition and development of affordable housing and mixed use development projects financed with municipal bonds and tax credit equity. In this capacity, Hirsch was involved in the formation of several mixed-use commercial condominiums and residential co-op conversions, for which he prepared applications for "no-action" letters, drafted condominium declarations and bylaws, and managed the approval process with the New York State Attorney General's office. Previously, Hirsch served as corporate counsel for a New Jersey based real estate company, where he was responsible for office and retail leasing, and where he participated in the acquisition and disposition of commercial real estate assets worth in excess of $200 million.
Before law school, Hirsch worked in the acquisitions department of a Baltimore-based real estate development company and as an analyst at a Baltimore-based management consulting company. Hirsch is a licensed real estate broker in New York.