Warehouse Building Approvals in Pittsgrove, NJ
NDG attorney Stephen R. Nehmad, Esq. recently obtained use variance approval, conditional use variance approval, d(6) variance relief for maximum building height, and bulk variance relief for maximum lot coverage and minimum number of parking spaces from the Township of Pittsgrove Planning Board in connection with the construction and establishment of a 962,500 sq. ft. general warehouse building, together with related site infrastructure including parking, stormwater management facilities, sanitary sewer and related site improvements.
Over the span of eight (8) all night hearings before the Pittsgrove Planning Board, Attorney Stephen Nehmad presented the Applicant's professionals' expert testimony in support of the necessary variance relief.
Ultimately the Board determined that the Applicant had satisfied the necessary standard for a grant of variance relief under N.J.S.A. 40:55D-70d and N.J.S.A. 40:55D-70c The Applicant sought bifurcated approval and will return to the Pittsgrove Planning Board for site plan approval at a later date.
Congratulations to Steve and the entire development team on this important step along the entitlement process.
Stephen Nehmad is widely recognized throughout New Jersey and nationally for his significant accomplishments as one of the region's leading attorneys in the area of land use and real estate development law. Steve has represented numerous national companies, shopping centers and casinos, as well as regional real estate developers in various land use matters throughout the state. Steve concentrates his practice primarily on sophisticated and complex commercial and residential development and redevelopment projects and his experience spans a wide range of legal practice areas, including civil litigation in the trial courts and appellate courts in New Jersey. Steve regularly advises clients how to navigate the economic realities of large scale real estate development, but also guides clients in projects of all sizes and levels of complexity, including residential development, retail, office buildings, shopping centers, and mixed-use developments.