Beth Bernstein Connors

Biography

Beth Bernstein Connors concentrates her practice on commercial real estate matters, focusing on acquisitions, dispositions, commercial leasing, financing, and joint ventures. She represents a broad array of local and national clients, including:

  • real estate owners and developers
  • landlords
  • large and small retail and office tenants
  • lenders

While in law school, Beth served as executive editor for the UCLA Law Review and an editor of the UCLA Women’s Law Journal.

Experience

  • The seller in the portfolio sale of 24 multifamily properties spread across multiple states for more than $700 million.
  • The borrower in the financing of the acquisition of a formerly publicly-held REIT owning approximately 140 shopping centers throughout the Midwest.
  • The seller in the sale of Brooklyn waterfront property to the City of New York for development into a City park.
  • The landlord in the lease of a 4-story building in midtown Manhattan to a national retail tenant.
  • National retail tenants in leases across the country.

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Affiliations

Professional Activities

Active member of Blank Rome’s Diversity Committee, Associates Committee, and Pro Bono Coordinating Committee.

Credentials

Admissions

  • New York

Education

  • UCLA School of Law, JD
  • Wesleyan University, BA, Phi Beta Kappa