“Rent regulation is often an impenetrable thicket. My years of practice have allowed me to provide my clients with the guidance necessary to navigate through it.”
Brooklyn Law School
Bachelor of Arts
New York State Courts
Vladimir Favilukis joined the firm as a partner in 2021. Mr. Favilukis focuses his practice on the regulatory elements surrounding multi-family dwellings in New York City, including rent regulation, zoning and tax. His expertise in the industry spans more than fifteen years, during which time Mr. Favilukis has counseled owners, developers, investors, Real Estate Investment Trusts and landlords in general, in all aspects of the New York City regulations concerning real estate, including performing due diligence review of all regulatory matters.
Mr. Favilukis has extensive experience in matters relating to J-51, 421-a, 421-c and 421-g tax benefits, the Loft Law, the Zoning Resolution and the Administrative Code of the City of New York, and has represented clients before the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR), the New York City Board of Standards and Appeals (BSA), the Departments of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), City Planning (DCP), Buildings (DOB) and the Environmental Control Board (ECB). He has represented his clients in proceedings before and against these agencies in Article 78 proceedings, involving overcharge allegations, exemption from regulation, major capital improvement projects, among other issues.
Mr. Favilukis earned his Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School, and his Bachelor of Arts from Brandeis University. He is admitted to practice in the States of New York and New Jersey, and has been named a Super Lawyer “Rising Star” in 2015-2021.
Mr. Favilukis is fluent in Russian.