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Richard is a partner at Klein Greco & Associates LLP.  Richard brings much to the firm as his experience is long and varied.  He became a real estate attorney after having worked for several years in his family’s real estate business where he did real estate management and oversaw leasing and sales of both commercial and residential properties.

His first job after graduating from the evening division of Fordham University School of Law was working in the Real Estate Litigation Division of the New York City Law Department.  As such, he worked closely with several City agencies on various real estate matters, including the New York City Housing Preservation and Development Agency, the Human Resources Administration and the Economic Development Corporation.  As a result of his performance while at the Law Department, Richard was recognized by the Committee of Municipal Affairs of the New York City Bar Association and awarded its prize for Outstanding Achievement as an Assistant Corporation Counsel.

After that, Richard worked at a small firm on Long Island where in addition to real estate, he also practiced criminal and matrimonial law.  However, always being the entrepreneur, when an opportunity presented itself, Richard took it and bought a restaurant business in Brooklyn.  In order to better focus on the restaurant, Richard decided at the same time to go out on his own and become a solo practitioner focusing solely on real estate.  On his own, Richard’s practice included residential and commercial transactions, commercial leasing, bank representation, general governance of cooperative and condominium buildings, and real estate litigation.

While the restaurant lasted approximately four (4) years, Richard successfully maintained his solo law practice for sixteen (16) years until he was solicited to join a small Manhattan law firm as a partner to head up its cooperative/condominium department.  While there, Richard oversaw the legal representation of approximately seventy-five (75) cooperative and condominium buildings.  This representation included the preparation and/or negotiation of vendor contracts, negotiating and drafting commercial leases for retail space, refinancing of underlying mortgages, landlord-tenant litigation, and providing counsel to the boards on various issues which confront them, whether it involved updating the operative documents, deciding who is responsible for a certain repair to what constitutes objectionable conduct by a resident.

Now at Klein Greco & Associates LLP, Richard is all about building relationships with his clients and helping them navigate the New York real estate scene.  With both litigation and transactional experience, Richard helps his clients through problems with the aim of solving them expeditiously and always to his clients’ satisfaction.

When he is not working on behalf of his clients, Richard enjoys spending time with his two daughters, solving crossword puzzles and listening to music.  While Richard is a Westchester County resident, he grew up in Queens, New York and loves exploring the City.


  • Wesleyan University, BA, 1982
  • Fordham University School of Law, JD, 1989


  • New York State, 1st and 2nd Departments
  • Southern and Eastern Districts of New York Federal Court

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Danielle is a partner at Klein Greco & Associates LLP where she represents both buyers and sellers of residential and commercial properties throughout the areas of New York City, Long Island, and upstate New York. Her practice also focuses on commercial leasing, representation of cooperative and condominium boards, residential transactions, and real estate litigation.

She kicked off her legal career in Long Island representing cooperative and condominium boards. In her capacity as general counsel to these boards, she drafted notices of default regarding issues from arrears to objectionable conduct, prepared boards for annual meetings, commenced nonpayment proceedings, negotiated vendor agreements, revised governing documents, among other tasks. Following this experience, she took her passion for real estate and ambition to Manhattan where she practiced at two transactional based real estate firms. In these roles, she represented buyers and sellers of residential and commercial properties of varying complexity taking her clients seamlessly from due diligence to closing, as well as negotiating both commercial and residential leases for both tenants and landlords.

Her professionalism, knowledge, attention to detail, and dedication to her work and clients allows for a smooth transaction from beginning to end. Her clients and referrals will say that it is her down to earth personality and welcoming demeanor that earns their trust and respect.

Aside from real estate, she enjoys spending time finding new restaurants to try (if you have any recommendations, please share!), exploring Long Island City where she currently resides, and taking on new hobbies – most recently hiking, the Peloton, and cooking.


  • Hofstra University, BA, 2013
  • Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University, JD, 2016


  • New York State, 2nd Department

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Annie is the paralegal/office manager at Klein Greco & Associates LLP where she oversees all cooperative transfers and assists with residential real estate closings. As office manager, Annie also handles all of the firm’s administrative matters including billing and social media.

After having graduated from Siena College with a BA, Annie went right into sales at Design Within Reach, a high end modern furniture company. Utilizing her exceptional organizational and people skills, it was not long before Annie was the top seller in the country two years in a row, breaking the company’s record in sales.

Now at KGA, Annie is taking those skills to take care of our clients’ every need.

When not focusing on KGA matters, Annie enjoys Geocaching and hiking with her furry companions – Jack and Colleen. You’ll find her exploring new trails in the Spring or cozying up with a hot cocoa in the winter, watching the newest Netflix sensation.


  • Siena College, BA, 2011

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