Susan Yeu

Special Counsel

New Jersey
Phone number
(973) 503-5966

Susan Yeu helps clients close all types of commercial real estate transactions, with an emphasis on commercial leasing, acquisitions, and dispositions throughout the United States.

She has extensive experience in drafting and negotiating leases, including ground leases and subleases, on behalf of landlords and tenants for retail venues and shopping centers, office, and industrial properties.

With hundreds of millions of dollars in successful deals closed, Susan has earned a reputation for bringing creative structures to even the most complex and sophisticated deals.

Susan advises institutional clients and other businesses on all stages of the leasing process. Her experience ranges from negotiating and documenting letters of intent, lease and work letters, extension agreements, and other amendments, to termination and beyond. She also advises on lease and assumption agreements, signage rights, guarantees, subleases, subordination agreements, and landlord consents.

Leasing deals require constant and creative problem-solving. That’s what my clients come to me for, and it is an approach—and a skill—I take a lot of satisfaction in offering.”

Represents a national financial institution in connection with the leasing and acquisition of new branch locations throughout the Northeastern United States.

Represented a national retailer in connection with leasing matters throughout the United States.

Represented a major drug store chain in connection with the negotiation and acquisition of numerous new store locations.

Represented a national developer in the negotiation and closing of numerous land-acquisition projects.

Represented a major telecommunications company and fiber optic company in regard to leasing throughout the United States.

Susan was selected in 2021 and 2024 for inclusion in the Real Estate Law area as one of The Best Lawyers in America© (Woodward/White, Inc.). A description of the selection methodology can be found at www​.best​lawyers​.com/​m​e​t​h​o​d​ology.

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