The practice is devoted to land use and related work, and includes:

  • development permitting for complicated projects that involve multiple levels of government review

  • integrating land use strategies with real estate financing, ownership, and development structures

  • due-diligence review + analysis of individual sites and portfolios of properties for real estate acquisition

Experience and interests more specifically encompass:

  • zoning and property rights

  • eminent domain

  • inverse condemnation

  • wetlands, inland and coastal

  • affordable housing

  • brownfields redevelopment

  • coastal development and permitting

  • common interest ownership communities

  • development agreements

  • endangered species

  • environmental impact review

  • floodplain regulation

  • government economic incentives for development

  • historic preservation and adaptive reuse

  • mixed-use projects

  • property tax appeals

  • public-private partnerships

  • religious rights and land use

  • regulation and ordinance drafting

  • takings, property rights, and condemnations

  • utilities and infrastructure

The practice does not litigate nor handle real estate transactions, but has strategic alliances with other law firms which may be retained independently or as co-counsel.

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