Our law practice represents both large and small land development companies. If you are involved in real estate planning, acquisition, approvals, and construction, we will ensure your development complies with all applicable land use requirements.
Frequently, the process of getting approval for new construction or development requires the interaction of the developer or builder with governmental bodies. Sometimes it is necessary to negotiate terms with neighbors and other groups that may be affected by the proposed development. We help builders and developers create a comprehensive case for approval of a proposed land development project, with issues including site plans, subdivisions, variances, permits, and environmental.
Once the plan is approved we handle the entitlement work necessary to bring your project to fruition, including deeds of subdivision, easement and boundary line adjustment. Suzan D. Herskowitz has developed rules, requirements and restrictive covenants for homeowners’ associations, and has represented builders in making the transition of operations to newly established associations. In addition, she has represented homeowners’ associations in reviewing and revising their operating declarations and by-laws as well as other issues that the boards of directors may have.