Land Use and Zoning
At KALIS, KLEIMAN & WOLFE, our attorneys represent clients before local planning boards and other governmental agencies. We work with real estate developers, builders, businesses and homeowners to facilitate development projects or obtain variances and special use permits. Our firm has earned a reputation for our outstanding success rate in helping developers, owners and tenants secure approvals for their projects. We go beyond traditional land use and zoning matters, offering you expertise in all phases of the development process. We use our knowledge of state and local land use laws, and of the approval process to get your project approved and moving forward.KALIS, KLEIMAN & WOLFE Handle the Following Land Use and Zoning Matters:
- Application processes through local, state and federal agencies
- Site plan approvals
- Subdivision approvals
- Special use permits
- Grading permits
- Highway occupancy and traffic considerations
- Environmental issues
- Condominium, townhouse, planned community and single-family housing developments
- Retail, industrial park, office building and mixed-use developments
- Boundary line and easement disputes
The Commercial and Real Estate Law firm of KALIS, KLEIMAN & WOLFE pride themselves on not just being lawyers but being lawyers and counselors. For over 20 years, our partners have led and participated in real estate transactions and development projects that have helped shape Ft. Lauderdale’s skyline and Davie’s growth. Partner M. Scott Kleiman has served as Chair of the Cooper City, Florida Planning and Zoning Board. And, Neal Kalis served on the Davie Community Redevelopment Agency since its inception, is a past president of the Davie-Cooper City Chamber of Commerce and the Hollywood, Florida Rotary. The firm has its hands on the pulse of South Florida real estate and has strong relationships with many of the banks, developers, architects and others involved in complex real estate transactions in South Florida.
For more information, contact us. We welcome your inquiries.