Nicholas Enriquez is a member of the firm’s Real Estate + Development Group. His experience includes drafting transaction agreements, conducting due diligence, and being a part of negotiations on a wide range of transactions, including asset purchases, commercial and residential leasing, acquisitions/dispositions, assignment and assumption, and debt and equity financing. Nick’s background includes working with a major private equity firm in its large-scale acquisition of fitness enterprises throughout the United States and assisting on the sale of a multimillion-dollar commercial property in Long Island City, NY. He also represented one of the largest owners and operators of industrial real estate properties in connection with its portfolio of New York properties.
Prior to joining Robinson+Cole, Nick clerked in the New York City office of the Attorney General of New York State, where he conducted in-depth research and drafted analysis memorandums on the implementation of the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019. While with the Attorney General’s office, he also was responsible for researching the extent of New York State’s constitutional authority during the COVID-19 pandemic, specifically with respect to Landlord-Tenant disputes & eviction moratoriums. As a legal intern at a Fortune 500 provider of title insurance and settlement services to the real estate and mortgage industries, he gained firsthand insight into complex transactional matters and fundamental corporate and real estate legal issues, such as entity formation, title disputes, survey review and assumptions of liability.
Nick is passionate about giving back to his community. Upon graduating from law school, he was a recipient of the Fordham University School of Law Archibald R. Murray Public Service Award, magna cum laude, which is presented to students who have completed more than 500 pro bono and/or community service hours during their time in law school.