Kyrus Lamont Freeman is a partner and LEED AP attorney in the Washington, D.C., office of Holland & Knight. He is involved in numerous aspects of real estate development with a focus on land use, zoning and municipal law. Mr. Freeman advises property owners and residential, commercial, hotel and mixed-use developers in the regulatory review and approval processes. In addition, he represents clients before the Board of Zoning Adjustment, the Zoning Commission and the D.C. Council to obtain approvals for special exceptions, variances, planned unit developments, zoning map amendments, alley closings and street dedications. He also has experience preparing zoning opinion letters, as well as drafting and negotiating land disposition agreements, easements, covenants, and lot consolidation agreements.
Mr. Freeman also has experience representing clients in litigation matters, including appeals of Zoning Commission and Board of Zoning Adjustment orders, and appeals of building permits and certificates of occupancy.
Mr. Freeman has lectured extensively on zoning, land use and sustainable development issues. He is an adjunct professor at The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law. He also frequently speaks at programs designed to foster diversity in the legal profession and to enhance the career development of students and young attorneys.
Prior to joining Holland & Knight, Mr. Freeman was a litigation associate with a large firm in Philadelphia, Pa., where his practice included litigation of complex real estate, intellectual property and breach of contract disputes.
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