Mr. Kasindorf is the chair of Meister Seelig & Fein LLP’s prolific 15-person Real Estate department. His team handles single asset and portfolio real estate acquisitions and sales, sophisticated financing transactions including securitized mortgages, multi-tranche mezzanine loans and preferred equity transactions, fund formation, new construction, ground lease negotiation and development, office, industrial and retail leasing for both landlords and tenants, workouts and foreclosures, co-op and condominium development and conversions and air rights and zoning matters. Mr. Kasindorf has been named a "New York Super Lawyer" on numerous occasions.
Mr. Kasindorf has also emerged as one of the most popular Professors in NYU’s Master’s Degree Program, the Schack Institute of Real Estate, where he has earned the prestigious "Award for Teaching Excellence". He is considered such a dynamic advisor that he is also invited to lecture at NYU's Real Estate Development and Asset Management Institutes, catering to the most serious investors and real estate professionals from the U.S. and around the world. He has also been selected to be a member of the Schack Institute Advisory Board and is the faculty advisor to the Real Estate Institute Student Association where he mentors students and helps coordinate extra-curricular programming including his very popular “Institute of Entrepreneurship”, an interactive lecture series focused on the nuts and bolts of deal structuring, due diligence and closing real estate transactions in the middle market.
Mr. Kasindorf is also known as the Chief Networking Officer (“CNO”), and spends a significant amount of time teaching others how to effectively network in the real estate industry. He is the developer of “Atomic Networking®”, a lecture series focused on creating success for all members of the real estate community.
Mr. Kasindorf lives in Jericho, New York and is most proud of his wife, Susan and two daughters Amanda, a University of Miami graduate and Erica, a Vanderbilt University graduate both of whom are successful Special Education teachers.