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David A. LewisDavid A. Lewis

(617) 574-4056
david.lewis@goulstonstorrs.com
Fax: (617) 574-7554
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400 Atlantic Avenue
Boston, MA 02110-3333
Education
Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 2012, cum laude

Harvard University, Masters of Urban Planning, 2009

Duke University, B.S., 2005
Admissions
Massachusetts

Overview

Land use, zoning and historic preservation matters are the focal point of David Lewis’ Real Estate practice. As an Associate, David assists clients in connection with a variety of real estate matters involving properties in the Boston area and Washington, DC. He has supported commercial real estate transactions involving office, retail, and affordable housing properties. His experience also includes researching tax and other incentive programs for energy efficiency and renewable energy retrofits to multifamily housing.

Prior to joining the firm, David was a law clerk supporting environmental and bankruptcy matters for a DC law practice. He assisted with remediation and redevelopment efforts for a portfolio of contaminated sites and supported litigation involving Brownfields properties. David has also worked as an intern with a large Boston law firm and with the Conservation Law Foundation. David is accredited as a LEED Green Associate.

Professional and Community Involvement
  • US Green Building Council, member
  • Urban Land Institute, member
  • American Planning Association, member
Awards and Recognition
Speaking Engagements
Press Releases
num: 9
pressReleases: Goulston & Storrs Welcomes Five Associates in Boston
blogEntries: Taxing Conditions for Traditional “Brick-and-Mortar” Merchants: Can Marketplace Fairness Be Restored?
blogEntries: For Purveyors of Medical Marijuana, Siting Dispensaries Gets Easier in Massachusetts, and Federal Tax Concerns Begin to Settle
blogEntries: Landmark Repositioning of a Suburban Mall Runs into Anchor Tenant Roadblock
blogEntries: Retailers, Universities, Hospitals, Hotels, and Restaurants Among Those to Be Affected by New Massachusetts Food Waste Regulations
blogEntries: Massachusetts Food Waste Regulations Finalized: Waste-to-Energy Operations Make Headway under New Permitting Program
blogEntries: A Study of Suburban Mall Redevelopment: the White Flint Mall
clientAdvisories: ULI Releases Report on Risks of Urban Flooding
pressReleases: Goulston & Storrs Survey Explores Real Estate Industry’s Mixed Reaction on Climate Threats
November 2014
Goulston & Storrs Survey Explores Real Estate Industry’s Mixed Reaction on Climate Threats
March 2013
Goulston & Storrs Welcomes Five Associates in Boston
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