White Plains, New York
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Warren Sacks is a commercial real estate attorney and the founding member of Sacks Law Group located in White Plains, New York. He has practiced exclusively commercial real estate law for more than 25 years, representing companies of all types and sizes in virtually every conceivable type of transaction involving commercial real estate.
Warren has represented the landlord and the tenant in strip shopping centers, community shopping centers, power centers, enclosed mall and urban building leases ranging from 1,000 to 180,000 square feet. He has represented companies ranging from small family owned businesses to national real estate developers and chain store tenants. He has also structured, drafted and negotiated hundreds of ground leases, subleases, master leases and outparcel leases.
With respect to office leases, Warren has represented landlords and tenants in the leasing of offices ranging from 1,200 to 200,000 square feet, from Class A Manhattan office space to Class B Westchester County office space. Since 1992, he has represented as tenant the largest engineering firm in the United States specializing in transportation and infrastructure, in the leasing of office space in virtually every major market in the nation, having negotiated leases with many of the largest real estate companies in the country. Representing the landlord, Warren has extensive experience in the leasing of medical office space, having completed leases with not only hospitals but also medical practices of almost every conceivable variety.
Warren has handled real estate purchase and sales ranging from the purchase of a small single property to portfolio transactions involving multiple properties in different states. For the past several years, he has represented a NYSE real estate investment trust in the acquisition and sale of shopping centers, having handled the purchase of over 75 shopping centers having an aggregate value exceeding $650,000,000.
Warren has handled virtually every conceivable type of real estate financing, including loans with banks, savings and loans, life insurance companies, pension funds, credit companies and conduit lenders, among others, including permanent loans, miniperms, construction loans, bridge loans, conduit loans, credit tenant lease financings, seller financings, mezzanine loans and preferred equity loans.
Warren represents both developers and investors in real estate limited liability companies, limited partnerships and joint ventures. He has counseled both lenders and borrows in the workout of distressed real estate loans.
Warren attended the State University of New York at Binghamton and is a graduate of the University of Miami, Florida (B.A. 1978) and the University of San Diego School of Law (J.D. 1981). He is a member of the New York State Bar Association, Committee on Real Property and the International Council of Shopping Centers.