Real estate investment trends and expansion of developer representation drive growth of RCCB Real Estate Group
Philadelphia, PA - August 14, 2019
Royer Cooper Cohen Braunfeld LLC (RCCB), a law firm offering a distinctive combination of practical business acumen, legal expertise and entrepreneurial passion, today announced the addition of attorney Jonathan M. Grosser. Grosser joins RCCB as a Partner in its Real Estate Group and will primarily operate out of the firm’s Conshohocken office.
As RCCB continues its steady growth, clients have increasingly required real estate related advice. The Real Estate Group has long played an active role advising on acquisitions and dispositions of commercial real estate and commercial lease negotiations, as well as real estate development and traditional bank financing. As the sources of real estate capital have expanded and investment strategies have evolved, the Group has been increasingly engaged by family offices and real estate funds for representation in real estate joint ventures.
With Grosser’s joining, the RCCB Real Estate Group further enhances its capability to serve a growing list of real estate developer clients and investors. Grosser and the Group pride themselves on taking a team approach to representation, combining the efforts of the Real Estate Group with RCCB lawyers focused on private equity, debt, tax, family offices and other individual investors and bankruptcy.
“It is with great pleasure that we welcome Jon to the firm,” said Partner Hope Hammer. “Jon’s depth of real estate expertise will greatly enhance the bandwidth of our growing Real Estate Group and will help us to better serve the growing needs of our clients in this fast-paced real estate market. His clients and connections dovetail perfectly with RCCB’s existing and prospective clients and representative matters.”
Grosser was most recently a partner at a large regional law firm, where he formerly served as the chair of its Real Estate Practice Group. Grosser regularly represents clients in hospitality, education, health sciences, and the emerging cannabis industry, which requires significant real estate support. His clients include major corporations, educational institutions, healthcare providers, real estate developers, retailers and restaurateurs, among others.
“I am extremely excited about my move to RCCB,” said Grosser. “The firm’s talent and entrepreneurial style provide me with an unparalleled opportunity to service my clients and grow my practice in an effective, efficient and forward-looking way. I’m looking forward to contributing to RCCB’s growth as well as its reputation as the law firm of choice for the region’s most dynamic and entrepreneurial companies.”
A Chambers-rated attorney, Grosser is known for his strong advocacy and negotiation skills. Grosser holds a B.S. in Political Economics from Tulane University and a J.D. from New York Law School. He is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New York. Grosser resides in Gwynedd Valley, PA with his wife, Dana, and daughters, Gaby and Josie.