Aaron Boyajian

editorCommercial + Real Estate Finance, Corporate, Real Estate


Aaron Boyajian

Managing Partner

J.D., Hofstra University School of Law
B.A., Franklin and Marshall College

New York


Aaron Boyajian concentrates on business law and transactions, specializing in real estate and closely-held companies.

Aaron represents all sides of the table in commercial, multi-family, and high-end residential real estate purchases and sales, including refinancing and construction loan transactions. He also represents both property owners and tenants, drafting, reviewing, and negotiating commercial leases for corporate office and retail space and data centers.

On the corporate front, Aaron counsels clients on the formation of new companies as well as restructuring and providing guidance to existing ones. He has handled asset and stock purchase agreements, operating and shareholder agreements, and employment agreements. He also supports businesses in trademark matters, helping them to register their brands and protect their intellectual property.

In both the real estate and business arenas, Aaron’s broad transactional experience enables him to structure deals in a practical manner so that they run smoothly and allow him to accelerate the time to value for his clients.

Aaron is a proud member of the board of directors of the Pajama Program, a New York City-based national charity dedicated to promoting a comforting bedtime routine for all children. Pajama Program supports families with virtual reading parties and provides new pajamas and books to underprivileged children who are abused, orphaned, or fostered.

Recent Representative Matters:

  • Represented Barry McTiernan & Moore in headquarters relocation to One Battery Park Plaza
  • Represented client in $23+ million purchase of fully-leased up residential apartment building with 60+ units, subject to PILOT, in Hudson County, NJ;

  • Represented client is sale of combined sale of four (4) residential apartment buildings in New York City;

  • Represented client in $19,500,000 million sale of cooperative apartments in Manhattan;

  • Represented client in sale of commercial heating contracting business, including all of its assets and real property in Queens, with purchase money mortgage financing of real property piece;

  • Represented landlord in negotiation of lease for new sushi restaurant at Country Glen Mall, Nassau County, NY;

  • Represented client on commercial loan refinance and assignment of mortgage transaction secured by NYC building with commercial and residential apartment units;

  • Represented developer in purchase of various residential properties in Montauk, NY;

  • Represented purchaser of commercial building in Lynbrook, NY, including commercial loan financing for payment of purchase price.



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