The Redevelopment attorneys at Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, P.A. have extensive statewide experience on redevelopment projects. We have represented public and private clients engaged in revitalization of urban and suburban communities. We have the ability to deliver timely and effective service on projects ranging from a single apartment building to multi-acre, industrial, residential and mixed-use developments.
We provide representation in connection with redevelopment, planning and implementation, including:
- Property acquisition (voluntary and condemnation)
- Declaring areas to be "in need of redevelopment" or "in need of rehabilitation"
- Preparing redevelopment plans
- Obtaining necessary zoning and other governmental approvals
- Negotiating and drafting redevelopment and tax abatement agreements
- Advising clients with respect to governmental financing and grant agreements and other forms of tax exempt and taxable financing (both public and private)
Members of our team have experience working on redevelopment projects in many New Jersey municipalities, including Aberdeen, Asbury Park, Atlantic City, Bayonne, Bergenfield, Camden, Carteret, Collingswood, East Hanover, Edison, Elizabeth, Emerson, Ewing, Fanwood, Flemington, Franklin, Hoboken, Jersey City, Keyport, Lawnside, Linden, Livingston, Long Branch, Maplewood, Metuchen, Millville, Montclair, Morristown, Netcong, Newark, New Brunswick, Orange, Perth Amboy, Piscataway, Red Bank, Roselle, Seaside Hights, South Amboy, South Bound Brook, Springfield, Stanhope, Teaneck, Toms River, Trenton, Verona, Weehawken, Wildwood, Woodbridge and Wood-Ridge.
Many team members are noted in the field and are often called upon to lecture for entities such as the Institute for Continuing Legal Education (ICLE) and at meetings of industry and trade organizations, such as the American College of Real Estate Lawyers, New Jersey Builders Association, American Planning Association, American Bar Association, New Jersey Future Redevelopment Conference, New Jersey Bar Association, National Association of Industry and Office Properties (NAIOP), the International Council of Shopping Centers (U.S. and Canada), the Consulters of Real Estate, Urban Land Institute, and a training program for housing authority commissioners and executive directors sponsored by Rutgers University and the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs.
Anne S. Babineau
Peter A. Chacanias
Amanda M. Curley
David S. Gordon
John A. Hoffman
Christopher D. Hopkins
Joseph J. Jankowski
Donna M. Jennings
Todd E. Lehder
Laurie E. Meyers
Steven J. Tripp