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  • Villanova University School of Law, JD
  • University of Pennsylvania, BS, magna cum laude
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Bruce A. Eisenberg


Philadelphia, PA v. +1.215.569.5676 f. +1.215.832.5676
Princeton, NJ v. +1.609.750.2998 f. +1.609.897.7392

Bruce Eisenberg has a national practice in all facets of real estate transactions. He serves a wide range of clients in areas such as:

  • office, retail, and industrial leasing
  • commercial borrowing and lending
  • joint ventures, partnerships, and LLCs
  • acquisitions, development, construction, and disposition of residential, office, commercial, retail, and industrial projects

Mr. Eisenberg served as leader of Blank Rome's institutional real estate practice group from 2003–2006.

Mr. Eisenberg was a lead attorney in the Philadelphia Business Journal’s “Best Real Estate Deal of 2004,” which involved the negotiation of the lease for a leading independent oil refiner’s new corporate headquarters. He was also lead attorney in a leading independent oil refiner’s acquisition of 340+ sites from a competing oil refinery; a transaction recognized by Philadelphia Business Journal as one of the Delaware Valley's Biggest Deals of 2004.



  • Provided local counsel to Delta Air Lines, Inc. and its subsidiary in connection with their $180 million purchase of a refinery in Trainer and Marcus Hook, Delaware County, PA, and associated assets from affiliates of Phillips 66 (formerly ConocoPhillips), and their mortgage transaction to BP.
  • An affiliate of an international coke (fuel) plant operator in the acquisition of approximately 47 acres of land in Granite City, IL on which the client is to construct a $300 Million coke plant to service the seller, an international integrated steel producer.
  • A leading independent oil refiner and marketer in (i) the 221,000 square foot lease for its new corporate headquarters, (ii) the 100,000 square foot lease for its back-office operations; and (iii) the acquisition of 1100+ sites in 18 states in five separate transactions.
  • An owner and developer of office properties in the construction and 87,000 square foot lease of an office building in Mt. Laurel, NJ.
  • New Jersey municipality township as redevelopment entity covering a 1000+ acre residential, recreational, and commercial redevelopment.
  • New Jersey municipality township in the $4 million golf management agreement with a local golf course management company owned by sports celebrity.
  • Blank Rome LLP as real estate leasing counsel to Firm in a 223,000 square foot lease extension for Philadelphia office, along with leases of Firm's Washington, DC, Wilmington, DE, Princeton, NJ and Los Angeles, CA offices.
  • The real estate subsidiary of a leading independent oil refiner and marketer in its purchase, development, construction, leasing, management, finance and sale of its entire office, residential, retail and industrial portfolio, including its $607 million multiple-lender loan modification of all of the company’s recourse debt.
  • An affiliate of Sunoco, Inc. in the purchase from Tiger Management Company of 40 service stations in Tennessee and Georgia, and related assets; together with the negotiation and finalization of all documents, performance of all real estate due diligence, and the filing and coordination of Hart-Scott-Rodino documentation.
  • An affiliate of Sunoco, Inc. in the purchase of all of the membership interests of a company owning 278 service stations in Virginia and Maryland, and related assets.


Mr. Eisenberg is a real estate member of the Firm’s pro bono representation of the American Revolution Center at Valley Forge.


  • AV Preeminent®, listed in Martindale-Hubbell®
  • 2010-2017, Real Estate Law in Philadelphia, listed in The Best Lawyers in America©

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