December 10, 2012
Gregory G. Calabro, Esq. Featured Speaker At Community Housing Improvement Program Seminar
New York, New York; December 10, 2012 — Gregory G. Calabro, a partner of the firm, will be one of the featured speakers at the Community Housing Improvement Program’s (CHIP) seminar “The New Face of the DHCR (and a Roberts Update)” on December 13, 2012 from 9:00 a.m to 11:30 a.m. at the CUNY Graduate Center in New York City. Mr. Calabro’s topic is entitled “Has Your Building Ever Received J-51? A Post-Roberts Update”.
The seminar will address various business practices that owner’s must learn in order to protect themselves in these challenging times. In addition to Mr. Calabro’s topic, other topics include: “The Tenant Protection Unit”; “Al Proceedings”; “Major Capital Improvements: The Good, the Bad, the Unknown”; and An Engineer’s Perspective: Fuel Conversion Projects and MCI Applications”.
Gregory G. Calabro has over 24 years of experience in all facets of complex commercial and residential real estate and landlord and tenant litigation and transactional matters. His practice includes the representation of commercial and residential landlords, co-op and condo boards, tenant associations and tenants in regard to various real estate related disputes and matters. Mr. Calabro regularly litigates cases before the New York City Civil Court and the New York State Supreme Court. He also appears on matters before the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Calabro was the founder and managing partner of Calabro & Associates, P.C., a boutique real estate law firm in Manhattan. Mr. Calabro earned his Juris Doctor from Fordham University School of Law.
CHIP is a trade association representing more than 2,500 apartment-building owners in New York City’s boroughs. It has been a key player in City and State housing policy for over 40 years, leading on such diverse issues as lead paint, property taxes, water rate and rent regulation.
For additional information or to register, contact CHIP at (212) 838-7442 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.