Beth Barton and Ailla Wasstrom-Welz discussed how Connecticut property owners can benefit from the recent changes in the rules governing Environmental Land Use Restrictions (ELURs), which were first created in 1994, in an article in the October 4 issue of the Connecticut Law Tribune. They write that a new category of land-use restriction, a Notice of Activity and Use Limitation (NAUL), was also created, effective October 1. NAULs are intended to be "self-implementing" and more easily managed than ELURs, according to the authors.
Day Pitney Real Estate Partner Daniel Diaz Leyva was featured in The St. Pete Catalyst article, "Tyrone Square Mall Retail Center Sells in $37M+ Deal." Diaz Leyva facilitated the closing of a $16.5 million acquisition loan in connection with the sale.
Day Pitney Environmental Partners Kirstin Etela and Todd Terhune were featured in the Connecticut Law Tribune article, "ESG Builds New Avenues in Environmental Law for Day Pitney," profiling the firm's ESG practice.
Day Pitney Miami-based Real Estate Partner Daniel Diaz Leyva and Attorney Amanda G. Gomez recently closed approximately $20M in commercial real estate loan transactions on behalf of two commercial bank clients either acquiring or refinancing seven properties in the South Florida area.