Tuttle Yick

A law firm specializing in real estate, construction, and commercial litigation. We serve as counsel to institutional and non-institutional owners, developers, commercial leaseholders, condominium and cooperative boards, contractors, design professionals, hedge funds, partnerships and other business entities and individuals. For real estate and construction matters, our firm services acquisitions, dispositions, debt and equity financings, joint ventures, leasing, design and construction agreements, land use, and claims. For litigation matters, we handle corporate governance and partnership disputes, fraud claims, credit-related matters, commercial contract actions, real estate and construction litigation, and governmental investigations, among other types of disputes.

Every matter is handled at the highest level and with the utmost attention to meet client objectives, maximize business opportunity, and stay within an established budget. No matter what our clients’ needs are, we will aggressively and efficiently work to meet client expectations. Our pride is cultivating trust and building long-term client relationships.

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November 23
Tuttle Yick represents purchaser on a $14,000,000 purchase and financing of a 75-acre development property in Bensalem, Pennsylvania
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November 18
Tuttle Yick Client Developer Prevails in RPAPL §881 Claim
In October 2022, Tuttle Yick, led by Eli Raider, defended a residential real estate developer in a dispute with a neighboring property owner in the New York Supreme Court in Manhattan. The developer defeated the neighbor's request...
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November 17
Tuttle Yick Client Prevails in First Department Appeal
The Appellate Division, First Department, of the New York Supreme Court, granted Tuttle Yick's client a complete victory and reversed the trial court on appeal. The First Department held that the trial court misapplied Section 404(b) of...
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