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Howard J. Rosenstock

Washington, D.C.

Howard J. Rosenstock

With a focus on real estate acquisitions, financings, joint ventures, and leases, Howard Rosenstock works with owners of private equity companies, lenders, and tenants to structure their real estate transactions. As a problem-solving advocate, Howard understands what the various parties to a transaction require.

Due to his representation of lenders, tenants, and owners/developers, he sees the connections between acquisition, lending, and leasing realities. Howard has closed hundreds of complex transactions by helping clients resolve problems with minimal pain and improved relationships. He also helps clients find and evaluate real estate and finance opportunities.

Since joining Hogan Lovells in 2000, Howard has worked not just on real estate transactions, but also on leveraged buyouts, international mergers and acquisitions, transactions, and healthcare lending matters.


Representative Experience

Represent real estate funds in office acquisitions across the U.S.

Represent tenants in anchor build-to-suit leases in major U.S. metropolitan areas, focusing on the Washington, D.C. area.

Education and admissions


  • J.D., magna cum laude, Georgetown University Law Center, 1979
  • B.A., summa cum laude, University of Maryland, College Park, 1975


  • Member, American Bar Association
  • Member, American Bar Association Section on Business Law
  • Member, American Bar Association Section on Real Property
  • Member, District of Columbia Bar Association
  • Member, Pennsylvania Bar Association

Bar admissions and qualifications

  • District of Columbia
  • Pennsylvania

Court admissions

  • District of Columbia Court of Appeals
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania


"Lease Transaction of the Year," 2002 and 2003

Washington Business Journal

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