Developing brownfield lands can present some particularly challenging issues. Former industrial properties, factories, or commercial building including dry cleaning establishments or gas stations, frequently face unique redevelopment issues that, once addressed, can return the property to a vibrant, thriving enterprise.
Our lawyers have assisted in the redevelopment of more than 50 properties across the United States. These properties included former paint and steel manufacturing sites, former automobile service stations, former industrial shredding operations and former airports. Our lawyers combine extensive regulatory knowledge with “on the ground” practical experience to find creative ways for redevelopment to flourish.
- Counsel to national limited service hotel developer to redevelop over 20 different environmentally impaired sites.
- Counsel to “green” development company regarding Aquifer Protection Program permits.
- Counsel to developers regarding Brownfields Redevelopment, assured and adequate water supply designations, Endangered Species Act considerations and Clean Water Act permits.
- Counsel to real estate developers to determine applicability of the National Environmental Policy Act to developments of virgin desert island.
- Counsel to developer for redevelopment of 500,000 square-foot regional enclosed mall.
- Counsel to developer of office condominiums on former gas station sites.