Michael A. Ceccorulli practices in Pullman & Comley’s real estate, land use and commercial finance practice groups, representing clients on all aspects of real estate, finance, and general transactional matters.
Michael has substantial experience in the development and redevelopment of commercial real estate, including legacy industrial brownfields impacted by environmental conditions. He regularly represents clients in complex land use and zoning matters involving large-scale projects throughout Connecticut, and has been involved in more than 100 capital projects in various stages of development in New York State. He has represented numerous Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies among diverse industries. These include, to name a few, energy companies, big-box retailers, automobile dealerships, convenience store franchises, financial institutions, insurers, biopharmaceutical makers, telecommunications companies, restaurant franchises and e-commerce companies.
Michael has represented borrowers and lenders in numerous asset-based and real estate-based financing transactions, and has acted as counsel to numerous private lenders, national, regional and community banks, and state and regional economic development agencies. He regularly represents landlords and tenants in connection with the lease of retail, office and industrial facilities, and has represented commercial and residential condominium associations and common interest communities. He has acted as special counsel to municipalities and regional boards of education throughout Connecticut in connection with matters such as the acquisition, disposition and leasing of real property, the development of capital projects, planning, zoning and subdivision issues, and the feasibility and legality of various proposed ordinances.
Michael has experience representing joint ventures and privately held/closely held businesses and their owners with regard to general business matters including the drafting and review of contracts of all types, corporate and organizational issues and business financing.
- Connecticut Bar Association - Executive Committee, Real Property Section; Environmental Law Section
- Connecticut Italian-American Bar Association - board of directors, Membership Committee - co-chair
- International Council of Shopping Centers
- Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce