Ross Moskowitz is a real estate partner at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP in New York City, where he represents high-profile developers, financial institutions, and other real estate owners in real estate development matters, with an emphasis on land use, zoning, public-private partnerships, environmental and tax abatement and exemption issues. Mr. Moskowitz is a member of the firm’s Executive Committee.
Mr. Moskowitz is actively involved in a number of prominent real estate projects throughout New York, including the redesign of Pier 57 (the new home of the Tribeca Film Festival), the redevelopment of the Kingsbridge Armory in Brooklyn and the Willets Point redevelopment near Citi Field in Queens.
He regularly appears before governmental agencies such as the New York City Planning Commission, the Board of Standards and Appeals and the Landmarks Preservation Commission on behalf of private developers, institutional investors, investment management groups and not-for-profit institutions seeking discretionary zoning approvals, and provides advice to financial service and media companies and professional service firms regarding their strategic plans for multiple occupancies throughout the metropolitan area.
Prior to joining Stroock & Stroock & Lavan in 1998, he was Executive Vice President at the New York City Economic Development Corporation, where he worked on some of New York City’s most complex real estate ventures, including Renaissance Plaza (Marriott Hotel) and Times Square (Condé Nast and Reuters). Moskowitz received a B.A. from George Washington University and a J.D. from New York Law School.