Martin P. Miner is a partner in the New York office of
Holland & Knight and practices in the area of commercial real estate.
Mr. Miner has been involved with substantially all aspects of commercial real
estate including acquisitions and dispositions, financing, leasing and joint
venture deal structuring. Mr. Miner has handled several billion dollars each of
acquisitions and dispositions of real property, financings and leasing
transactions. He is the immediate past chair of Holland & Knight's New York
Real Estate Practice Group.
Mr. Miner has lectured and written extensively on real estate related
topics. His writings have appeared in such publications as the Real
Property, Probate and Trust Journal; Practical Real Estate Lawyer
and The Commercial Property Lease, Vol. 3, as well as chapters in
Mr. Miner was on the staff of the Securities and Exchange Commission in
Washington, D.C. and was chairman of the Board of Zoning and Appeals for the
Village of Great Neck Plaza. He served as an Adjunct Professor at Columbia
Business School where he taught a course in real estate transactions, 2005-2007.