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Rick Tannenbaum has over 30 years of experience in law, business and real estate brokerage and has represented both sides of complex real estate transactions in shopping centers, office properties, vacant land, and single-tenant NNN properties and outparcels. He joined Houlihan Lawrence Commercial Real Estate after a long career in shopping center development.
Rick has a diverse background in real estate, starting his career as counsel for Royal Title and Escrow back in 1991, and then working with various developers and property owners in New York, Texas, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Indiana and North Carolina. He has an extensive knowledge of zoning and land use, and has worked with municipal governments on zoning variances, text amendments and special permits.
Rick holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Boston University, a law degree from the University of Miami and has done coursework in Urban Planning at New York University. He also has a keen interest in historic preservation and was president of the nonprofit John Green Preservation Coalition from 2015-2018. He was instrumental in the preservation of the John Green House in Nyack, the Abram Lent House in Orangeburg, the Cropsey Barn in New City, and the Traphagen/Budke properties in West Nyack.
He is the recipient of numerous awards for efforts related to historic preservation and writes a regular real estate column for the Rockland County Business Journal.