Development and Permitting of 1,175 Unity Community in Plymouth, Massachusetts
Representation of the largest private land-owner in Massachusetts in the development and permitting of a 1,175-unit community in Plymouth, Massachusetts, including at least 390 acres of conservation restriction protected forested open space.
Master Developer of Boston Permitting Pier 4
Representation of the master developer of Boston’s Pier 4 in all phases of permitting the site for a mixed use project with water-related public amenities, in close coordination with the Boston Planning & Redevelopment Agency and related municipal regulatory agencies, and the State Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs regarding the Municipal Harbor Plan and Chapter 91 and MEPA issues.
Pro Bono Collaboration Developing 3 Million Square Feet for New York City's Housing Authority Leasing Strategy
Part of a team of lawyers who is spearheading a pro bono collaboration to develop the New York City Housing Authority’s leasing strategy for approximately 3 million square feet of non-residential, vacant ground space. This project expands the social and retail services for residents, and creates a ground floor experience that is more integrated into the surrounding community and is a key component of the Mayor’s plan, NextGen NYCHA.
Real Estate Developer All Matters of Joint Venture, Development, Leasing and Financing of Hub on Causeway Project in Boston
Representation of a real estate developer in connection with the development of the Hub on Causeway project in Boston, Massachusetts, which is located directly adjacent to the TD Garden/North Station complex. This development is a multi-phase mixed-use project of over 1.5 million square feet of retail, office, hotel and residential space. Representation includes all matters related to the formation of a joint venture and the development, leasing and financing of the project.
Real Estate Developer Obtaining Connection from Boston Housing Authority and Pursuing Land Use Approvals
Representation of a real estate developer in connection with obtaining developer designation from the Boston Housing Authority and pursuing land use approvals for the redevelopment of a 331-unit public housing complex into replacement-income restricted housing, with a community center, a new park and plazas, and streetscape improvements.
Real Estate Developer Obtaining Developer Designation from Boston Housing Authority
Representation of a real estate developer in connection with obtaining developer designation from the Boston Housing Authority and pursuing land use approvals for the redevelopment of a 1,100-unit public housing complex into replacement income restricted housing, with additional elderly and market rate components. The plans also call for new parks, civic and retail space, and streetscape improvements.