Jordan Horowitz offers a broad range of experience in complex commercial and residential real estate transactions. He has assisted lenders, developers, builders, and private and public entities on a wide-range of projects from structuring private-equity funded commercial acquisitions to the development of residential subdivisions. Through these projects, Jordan has handled issues involving the purchase and sale of office, multi-family, hotel, retail, entertainment, and healthcare facilities, as well as undeveloped land; structuring conventional, SBA, and USDA loans; title matters; easements; exchanges, and various related real estate matters.
A native Floridian, Jordan’s personal goal is to work hand-in-hand with developers and other real estate professionals to achieve positive, impactful, projects which increase the quality of life for the entire Central Florida community. He received his J.D., cum laude, from the University of Florida Levin College of Law, where he served as the Senior Articles Editor of the Florida Law Review. During law school he was the recipient of the Gertrude Brick Outstanding Board Member Award and a Teaching Assistant in the areas of Advanced Legal Writing and Appellate Advocacy.
Jordan enjoys traveling and spending time surfing whenever possible.
Admitted to bar, 2017, Florida
University of Florida (2009);
University of Florida Levin College of Law (J.D., cum laude, 2016).
The Florida Bar, Member, Business Law Section, Real Property Section, Probate and Trust Law Section;
Orange County Bar Association, Member, Young Lawyers Division;
Central Florida Real Estate Attorneys’ Council, Member.