Ted Zangari is a Member of Sills Cummis & Gross. He is a Chair of the Firm’s Real Estate Department and serves on the Firm’s Management and Executive Committees. Mr. Zangari’s law practice is multipronged. He chairs the Firm’s Redevelopment Law Practice Group, captaining a team of the Firm’s attorneys on brownfield, transit-oriented, central business district and waterfront redevelopment projects as well as adaptive reuse projects on vacant corporate campuses and industrial parks. He also routinely handles complex business transactions with an emphasis on commercial leasing, acquisition and financing transactions for owners, asset managers and tenants of industrial, office and retail properties across the country. In addition, Mr. Zangari chairs the Firm’s Public Policy and Governmental Affairs Practice Group, assisting developers, hospitals, banks, casinos and other regulated industry clients in the ways that government and business intersect on a broad range of legislative and regulatory matters. In a ranking of “politically influential law firms” by politickernj.com, the Firm was ranked number one among Am Law 200 law firms in New Jersey, and Mr. Zangari was described as someone who is “well liked by insiders on both sides of the aisle.”
Mr. Zangari currently serves on the Executive Committee and Board of Directors of the NJ State Chamber of Commerce. He is also a founding member of the Rutgers University Center for Real Estate, where he serves on the Center’s Executive Committee, and is also a member of the Board of Trustees of George Washington University’s Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis.
Mr. Zangari has chaired a governor’s study commission on business attraction and retention incentives, and has served on another governor’s real estate advisory board. He has also served as the North American Chair of Government Relations for the International Council of Shopping Centers and over the last decade, he has led the Smart Growth Economic Development Coalition comprised of nearly two dozen statewide business and real estate trade associations.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Ted Zangari