Land Use and Zoning Attorneys Servicing Nassau and Suffolk County
Harras Bloom & Archer LLP represents clients in complex real estate law matters, seeking results from local municipal boards and government agencies to gain approval for new real estate project development.
The firm’s Long Island land use and zoning attorneys regularly appear before boards throughout Nassau County, Suffolk County, Queens County, Hudson Valley, New York City and surrounding areas for the benefit of developers in complex residential and commercial real estate projects. The firm works on every stage of development projects to initiate acquisition of real estate sites, gain approval according to zoning regulations and seamlessly manage the sale or leasing of a completed project.
Contact Harras Bloom & Archer LLP for effective representation in land planning and zoning codes issues, such as:
- Unique design aspects like drive through windows or signage
- Expanded parking matters
- Lot coverage
- Zoning approvals and permits
- Relief from zoning restrictions
- Density and population issues
- Right of ways and easements
- Environmental reviews
These matters can be considerably complicated, and in some cases, hold up progress on the projects that our clients are concerned about. In order to keep the development process moving forward, clients sometimes need to build a case for relief from restrictions that are in place. Harras Bloom & Archer LLP has the skill and experience needed to bring these matters before municipal boards and government agencies to help real estate projects get underway and stay on schedule.
Harras Bloom & Archer LLP is known for providing sophisticated legal representation to sophisticated clients serving Nassau County, Suffolk County, Queens County, New York City and surrounding areas.
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