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January
January 23, 2023
Dan Richmond and Lee Lefkowitz obtained the unanimous denial of an appeal by the Village of Monroe Planning Board to the Village of Monroe Zoning Board of Appeals, which sought to challenge certain aspects of the implementation of a 34-unit multifamily project. The appeal, which was in unusual fashion brought by another of the Village’s...
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January
January 23, 2023
Dan Richmond, Lee Lefkowitz, and Kasey Brenner obtained the dismissal of challenges under the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA) to the Town of Ramapo Planning Board’s site plan and subdivision approvals for the 224-unit Pascack Ridge Project.  In a Decision and Order, dated January 17, 2023, the Honorable Paul Marx adopted Z&S’s argument that...
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January
January 5, 2023
Z&S Partners David Steinmetz and Jody Cross, together with Yankwitt LLP, co-authored an article that was recently published in the New York Law Journal, entitled “Specific Performance’s ‘Land is Unique’ Mantra: A Cornerstone of Real Property Law or Outdated Precedent?” The article examines the continued relevancy of specific performance as a remedy for breach of...
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January
January 3, 2023
Daniel Richmond and Kate Feinman have secured $1,677,000 in funding from the New York State Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) for a new mixed-use development project at 49 West Broad Street in the Village of Haverstraw. The funds will be used to redevelop the currently blighted site with a new 5-story mixed-use building hosting 55 residential...
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December
December 7, 2022
On November 28th, David Cooper and Brian Sinsabaugh, along with a consultant team of DTS Provident, Bowman Engineering and Lessard Architects, secured unanimous Site Plan Approval from the Port Chester Planning Commission in connection with a proposal to redevelop a 15-story apartment building. The development site includes eight adjoining lots along Broad and North Pearl...
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December
December 6, 2022
Daniel Richmond recently secured Final Subdivision Plan Approval from the Village of New Hempstead Planning Board for a sixteen (16) lot subdivision.  The approved subdivision clustered the residential lots to preserve significant open space, and preserve virtually all the site’s sensitive resources, including its steep slopes and wetlands.

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