Raymond Sanseverino concentrates on commercial real estate law, with an emphasis in leasing, brokerage and conveyancing transactions. He represents both landlords and tenants in the leasing of all types of real estate, including office and retail space. He also represents sellers and purchasers of all types of real estate and real estate brokers and owners in connection with commission and agency agreements and commission claims.
Currently, Mr. Sanseverino is landlord's counsel at numerous office buildings, including those at Brookfield Place (200 Liberty Street and 225 Liberty Street (f/k/a One and Two World Financial Center), New York, NY), 1114 Avenue of the Americas (the Grace Building, New York, NY), 17 State Street (New York, NY), 375 Park Avenue (the Seagram Building, New York, NY), 390 Park Avenue (Lever House, New York, NY), 875 Third Avenue (New York, NY), 120 Park Avenue (New York, NY) and 285 Madison Avenue (New York, NY). Mr. Sanseverino also represents such companies as The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation, Thomson Reuters, Kaiser Permanente and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. in connection with real estate matters.