Mark A. Hakim
educationBachelor of arts at Syracuse University in 1995. St. John’s University School of Law in 1999.
Mark A. Hakim, has approximately twenty years’ experience representing a broad range of clients including real estate developers, lenders, purchasers, sellers, landlords, tenants, and investors, in a wide range of complex real estate and transactional matters such as acquisitions and dispositions, development, construction, leasing and financing. Mr. Hakim also provides general counseling to the boards of cooperatives and condominiums and frequently lectures topics in the cooperative and condominium field.
Mr. Hakim is a contributor to The Cooperator, the New York Times and other publications of interest to the New York real estate and cooperative and condominium communities.
Mr. Hakim was admitted to the to the New Jersey Bar in 1999 and the New York Bar in 2000. He graduated from the St. John’s University School of Law in 1999 and earned his bachelor of arts at Syracuse University in 1995.