Past Projects

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Here is an overview of some of the types of work we have done in the past:

  • Represented national flag hotel developer in rezoning, entitlement, site acquisition and construction loan.
  • Represented regional mixed use developer in rezoning, financing and site development issues.
  • Represented regional apartment developer on site development issues and financing.
  • Represented the national multifamily developer on rezoning, development and financing issues with regard to Raleigh and Durham¬†projects.
  • Represented Raleigh solar farm developer on City approval issues.
  • Represented affordable housing developer on variance, entitlement and other development issues.
  • Represented Glenwood South restaurants and bars on site plans, variances and other development issues.
  • Represented Midtown, University area and downtown restaurants, multifamily and mixed use developments and on parking variances.
  • Represented major regional shopping center on signage variances.
  • Represented owners of residential and commercial properties in defense of alleged zoning, signage, and minimum housing code violations.
  • Represented affordable housing developer on Knightdale apartment development.
  • Represented church and university on historic property issues.
  • Represented commercial and residential property owners on expansion and renovation of nonconformities.
  • Periodically appear before Raleigh, Wake County, Durham, Cary, Morrisville, Knightdale, Fuquay-Varina, Rolesville, Granville County, city and town councils, planning boards, boards of adjustment and historic districts commissions.
  • Represent property owners on property tax appeals.
  • Represent lenders and borrowers on commercial development acquisition, construction, mezzanine and permanent financing.
  • Represent out of state borrowers as local counsel.
  • Represent landlords and tenants on commercial leases.
  • Represent single family and multifamily developers on homeowners association formation and restrictive covenants.