Over the past 60 years, Louis Soloway has built a distinguished reputation for legal counseling in matters surrounding land use and commercial real estate transactions. Concentrating his practice on Long Island and in the New York metropolitan region, he has also handled transactions across the country.
Retained by developers and corporate real estate departments, he assists clients in every phase of commercial and residential projects. With experience in most local jurisdictions, he advises clients on zoning, site plans, variances and all other aspects of land use and development.
Mr. Soloway also brings an astute financial sense to real estate transactions. He is often asked to counsel clients on purchases, leases and operating agreements. He has a reputation for finding simple solutions for complex real estate problems.
Active as a philanthropist, Mr. Soloway served as a director of The Rehabilitation Institute and has been honored as Humanitarian of the Year by that organization.
He holds degrees from Columbia College and Columbia University School of Law. He previously served as chairman of the Real Estate Committee of the Nassau County Lawyers Association and is currently a member of both the New York State Bar Association and the Nassau County Bar Association where he has served on the Real Estate Committee and the Grievance Committee.
Mr. Soloway is admitted to practice in the state of New York; U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York; and the Supreme Court of the United States. He has maintained an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell for over 55 years.
Mr. Soloway currently resides in New York City and Lenox Massachusetts.