TransactionsJanuary 31, 2014 – In The News
Robert W. Gundlach, Jr. and Kimberly A. Freimuth represented Carlino Commercial Development Group to obtain zoning ordinance and map amendments from Concord Township, PA for a proposed shopping center, to be anchored by Wegman’s Markets, at Route 202 and Route 1, in Concord and Chadds Ford Townships, Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
Rob and Kim also represented this same client to obtain conditional use and preliminary/final land development approvals from the Concord Township Board of Supervisors, zoning relief from the from Chadds Ford Township Zoning Hearing Board and land development approval from the Chadds Ford Township Board of Supervisors.
Robert W. Gundlach, Jr. and Carrie B. Nase-Poust represented Metropolitan Development Group in Plumstead Township in obtaining amended final subdivision/land development plan approval from the Plumstead Township, PA Board of Supervisors for a new residential community comprised of 28 single family detached homes. The homes in the community are being constructed by NVHomes.
Carrie B. Nase-Poust represented Hallman Retirement Neighbors in the Municipality of Norristown in obtaining final land development approval to construct a retirement community comprised of 208 dwelling units on East Johnson Highway in the Municipality of Norristown, PA.
Carrie B. Nase-Poust obtained approval from the Municipality of Norristown to vacate a portion of Logan Street.
Henry Kent Smith, Dan Madrid and Marissa Crespo represented CT Hankins LLC in securing amended development approvals to reposition an approved shopping center in Robbinsville Township, NJ. Originally, the site was approved for a 71,000 ft.² strip retail center. The amended approval created six pad sites, four of which are development ready as phase 1.
Henry Kent Smith and team successfully closed on a three party transaction involving a 15 lot residential subdivision. The team represented CM Development LLC, which acquired the property and secured subdivision approvals, and subsequently conveyed lots to NVR, Inc.
Kim Freimuth obtained a text amendment to the Lansdale, PA Borough Zoning Ordinance to amend the Borough’s Downtown Business Overlay District, as well as conditional use approval to permit multi-family dwellings containing more than six units within the Downtown Business Overlay District.
Kim Freimuth obtained preliminary/final land development plan approval from the Lansdale Borough Council for a mixed use development consisting of approximately 20,000 sq. ft. of retail space and approximately 250 residential units.
J. Breck Smith represented a governmental unit in the negotiation of a purchase and sale agreement and the eventual acquisition of lands in Kent County, DE for a planned new police barracks and training facility.
J. Breck Smith assisted an organization with operations in the Mid-Atlantic region with compliance with limited use zoning criteria and access requirements in New Castle County, DE in connection with the acquisition and development of a site for use as a retreat and meditation center.