Patrick Conlon represents real estate developers, sellers, purchasers and borrowers in real estate and land use matters. His representation includes assisting clients with the purchase and sale of properties, office and industrial/warehouse leasing matters, and construction and permanent financing. Patrick prepares complex real estate transaction documents, including purchase and sale, joint venture, loan and lease agreements, as well as other transaction documents across all asset classes.
Patrick has served as a zoning and land use counsel to many of the largest development projects in Jersey City and Hudson County. He has presented dozens of development and subdivision projects before a number of local planning boards, zoning boards of adjustment, historic preservation commissions, and local community groups. Patrick has guided these clients through the process of applying for the necessary government approvals required to keep development projects moving.
Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.
Represented national real estate fund in $37 million purchase-leaseback transaction
Consulted for zoning and survey expertise in transaction for high profile client making a capital investment into an undeveloped waterfront parcel in Bergen County, New Jersey
Represented prominent New Jersey developer in $70 million purchase of development parcel in Jersey City
Represented buyer in purchase and construction financing for a multifamily building in the Van Vorst Park Historic District in downtown Jersey City
Researched and drafted zoning interpretation letter successfully advocating for a novel interpretation of a provision of the Journal Square 2060 Redevelopment Plan that led to an additional permitted story for a 31-story mixed-use tower
Represented condominium sponsor/developer of largest residential building in New Jersey on closing of condominium units. Represented seller in dozens of condominium closings
Drafted residential lease and commercial lease agreements for several large scale multifamily residential buildings, including state and development specific riders
Negotiated and drafted construction staging area lease agreement between developer client and neighboring property owner for staging of construction equipment
Selected to the Irish Legal 100 list, 2022
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