Kenneth Lowenstein is a land use attorney who advises clients on all aspects of site development in New York City, including site analysis, zoning changes, special permits, variances, landmark proceedings and air rights transfers. He appears regularly before the New York City Planning Commission, New York City Council, Board of Standards and Appeals, and Landmarks Preservation Commission. Mr. Lowenstein also assists clients in obtaining approvals from various New York City regulatory agencies, including the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), Department of Buildings and others.
Recent matters handled by Mr. Lowenstein include:
Mr. Lowenstein has more than 30 years of experience in the land use field. Prior to entering private practice, he worked for a U.S. congressman and served in senior positions in both the New York state and city governments – including on former Mayor Edward Koch's staff and in New York City's Department of Buildings and HPD.
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