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Washington, DC
2300 N Street, NW
Washington, DC 20037-1122
Tel. +1.202.663.8328
Fax. +1.202.663.8007
District of Columbia
Commonwealth of Virginia
J.D., University of Pennsylvania Law School, 1971
B.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1968


Robert N. Weinstock

Robert N. Weinstock

Robert Weinstock is a partner in the law firm's Real Estate practice and is located in the Washington, DC office. He has over 25 years of experience in the real estate industry. His practice concentrates on commercial real estate development, financing and leasing, including the acquisition and disposition of improved and unimproved property, the leasing of office and retail properties and the acquisition of financing for such projects, both debt and equity. In the course of his work, Mr. Weinstock assists his clients with all aspects of the transactional process. His practice includes structuring and negotiating real estate related agreements, such as office and ground leases, financing documents, partnership and limited liability company agreements, development agreements, property management and leasing agreements and parking management agreements. Include prominent owners and developers of office properties in Washington, DC, New York and other major North American markets.
Representative Matters
  • Represented a landlord in a lease with a major Washington, D.C. law firm of over 400,000 square feet.
  • Represented a purchaser in the acquisition of a portfolio of 6 office buildings in the Washington, D.C. area.
  • Represented a property owner in a transaction involving the sale of 2 shopping centers and the purchase of 4 replacement commercial properties in a tax deferred exchange under Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code. The transaction included loan assumptions on 2 loans and the placement of 3 additional loans.
  • Represented a major limited partner in a transaction involving an office building partnership in which a general partner with a right to sell the building was replaced with a new general partner, the partnership agreement was renegotiated and the building was refinanced.
  • Represented a developer in the acquisition of a site for office development. The transaction involved the purchase of both land and additional development rights, renovation of an adjoining historic property and the creation of a condominium regime in the new office building pursuant to which the two land sellers acquired portions of the new building as part of the sale consideration, in lieu of cash.

American Bar Association, District of Columbia Building Industry Association

Recent Speaking Engagements

Panelist: Real Estate Strategies for Associations and Law Firms, Washington, DC, 11-June-2013

Moderator: Developer Panel, Bisnow’s Office of the Future Event, Washington, DC, 30-June-2011

Presenter: Learn About Major Lease Issues Impacting Property Managers, Institute of Real Estate Management, Arlington, VA, 27-Oct-2010

Panelist: Representing Tenants in the Foreclosure Wave, TREP Conference Panel Discussion, Washington, DC, 20-May-2010

Panelist: Leasing in Troubled Times—Protecting the Landlord and Tenant from Each Other—And Engaging the Lender in the Process, DCBIA Panel Discussion, Washington, DC, 15-April-2009

Moderator: What’s Driving the DC Leasing Market? Tenant demand or Investor/Developer Proformas, Real Share, Washington, DC, 28-Feb-2007

Speech: Assignments and Subleases, Advanced Commercial Real Estate Leases Conference, Washington DC, 30-Mar-2006

Firm Publications

“Reasonableness” in Consenting to an Office Sublease, Pillsbury on Real Estate, Spring 2007

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