Martin Polevoy's practice includes all areas of real estate, including acquisitions and dispositions, development, leasing, financing, joint ventures, construction contracts, restructuring and workouts. He represents many well-known national and international owners, developers, investors and financial institutions, as well as European and Asian investors, in both debt and equity transactions in the United States.

Martin's practice includes representing: the developers of the 1.7 million-square foot headquarters building for The New York Times Company in Manhattan; Greenland Group (Shanghai) in the purchase of a 70% interest in the 4.9 billion dollar Atlantic Yards Project in Brooklyn, New York; L'Oreal USA, Inc. in their 400,000 square foot headquarters lease at the Hudson Yards development project in Manhattan; representing General Motors in the relocation of their New York headquarters and their Cadillac Division from Detroit to New York City; the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey in the redevelopment of the World Trade Center; a major investment bank in over 2 million square feet of leasing transactions and the acquisition of its Manhattan headquarters building; acquisition of over 4 million square feet of first-class office buildings for a prominent German open-end real estate fund; developers of mixed use condominium projects in New York City; and serving as national real estate counsel for one of the largest real estate funds in the United States, and representing Asian and European investors and developers and institutional lenders in the US, including Greenland Holding Group (Shanghai), China Construction Bank, Phoenix Property Investors (Hong Kong), China Construction America, Inc., Reignwood Group (Beijing/London) and UCF Capital Ltd. (Hong Kong), and Commerzreal (Germany) and Allianz Global Investors US LLC.

In addition, he has been a frequent participant, as program chair and as a speaker and panelist, in continuing legal education programs of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers, the Practicing Law Institute, Georgetown University Law Center and the Anglo-American Real Estate Institute. He has also written extensively on various aspects of real estate law.