W. John Park is a member in the firm's Real Estate Department. John’s practice is national in scope and encompasses a broad range of commercial real estate transactions, with a specialization in commercial and capital markets mortgage financing and restructurings; acquisitions and dispositions of office, retail and mixed-use properties; and retail leasing.
Recent representative transactions include:
John has been awarded an AV rating for his professionalism and the quality of his legal work from Martindale-Hubbell, the premier directory of legal professionals. He has also been selected by his peers for inclusion in the prestigious Best Lawyers in America in Real Estate Law, 2007-2017 and 2020. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey. See Award Methodology.
John earned his LL.B. (Hons) from Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand and his J.D., from Rutgers University Law School-Newark. John holds a Master of Science in Real Estate Finance from New York University completed in 2014.
Rutgers Law School- Newark, J.D., 1994
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, LL.B., (HONS.), 1985
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