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Our attorneys have long recognized the importance of redeveloping underutilized properties and returning them to beneficial use while resolving contamination issues. We work together with developers, lenders, property owners, and economic development, environmental and land use agencies to accomplish these goals.
We are highly versed in targeting, analyzing and resolving transactional and environmental considerations with redevelopment projects and offer practical solutions to regulatory hurdles. We assist clients in all aspects of property acquisition and development, including zoning, planning and permit proceedings, transfer-related filings, preparation and negotiation of developers' agreements, and applications for tax abatements. Our attorneys bring their familiarity with recent legal and political developments to your efforts in order to maximize the value of a contaminated property while minimizing your costs and liabilities.
Day Pitney attorneys work as a team in a cost-efficient manner, identifying opportunities, securing necessary financing and navigating regulatory requirements. We will assist you as you avoid pitfalls and move from concept to reality. Our real estate attorneys negotiate, structure and document the transaction; our environmental attorneys procure land use and cleanup approvals and oversee the remediation process; and our finance and tax attorneys pursue available funding and tax benefits.
Our professionals have honed their skills on numerous redevelopment projects throughout the Northeast and beyond and have written and lectured on the issues raised by these projects. They are poised to assist you in any or every aspect of a brownfields redevelopment project, whether you are new to the industry or are also an experienced professional.