Understanding escalating government regulation in the areas of planning, zoning and land development throughout the Mid-Atlantic region is essential to achieving your land use objectives. The Mid-Atlantic Land Use Team at Holland & Knight is a wide-ranging practice dedicated to offering regional insight and targeted services for counsel you can trust.
When you come to us for land use counsel, we draw upon the experience and skill of lawyers in our Washington, D.C., and Tysons Corner, Virginia, offices. Our commitment to your success is strengthened by our team’s collective experiences, including involvement in significant regional development projects, as well as participation in governmental policies and legislative actions that shape regional development. Strong relationships with elected officials and staffs in the various jurisdictions, and at the state and federal levels, further enable us to support your regional land use needs.
Our land use attorneys work to assist you in land use matters involving local governments and regional and state agencies. Our comprehensive scope of services includes:
Our team’s experience representing a wide range of clients ensures we are well-equipped to represent your land use matters in the region. All sectors of the economy are encompassed by our land use law practice, including: office and employment centers, planned unit developments, mixed-use projects, retail developments, industrial uses, residential projects, institutions such as schools, hospitals, churches and associations, as well as communications service providers and infrastructure developers.
Landowners, developers and financial institutions alike tap on Holland & Knight’s Mid-Atlantic land use practice. Team members – including Washington, D.C., and northern Virginia real estate lawyers – serve as industry leaders through leadership positions and active involvement in significant area business organizations and political committees.
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