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Court Issues New Opinion on Regulatory Takings and “Klopping” Damages

Inverse condemnation is the flip-side of eminent domain. With eminent domain, a public agency files a lawsuit to condemn (takes ownership of) a particular property interest and must pay the owner “just compensation.” With...more

OTA & Travel Distribution Update - Nov. 3rd, 2017

by Garvey Schubert Barer on

Our weekly OTA & Travel Distribution Update for the week ending, Friday, November 3, is below. The week’s update features a variety of stories, including a potentially landmark purchase by Airbnb....more

What De Blasio’s Land Use Agenda Means for Brooklyn Real Estate Development

by Cozen O'Connor on

Even with all the development of the last 20 years, Brooklyn, the most populous of New York City’s five boroughs, now approaching 2.7 million residents, continues to attract strong interest from developers, each scouring the...more

The California Supreme Court Has a Banner Week, Hearing Argument in Three CEQA and Land Use Cases

by Downey Brand LLP on

On May 3–4, 2017, the California Supreme Court heard oral arguments in three cases with significant implications for California land use law. Below we summarize the main issue(s) argued in each matter and possible outcomes....more

Court dodges "Drone Slayer"

by DLA Piper on

A recent decision in the infamous "Drone Slayer" case answers some questions relating to the role federal courts will play as individuals seek to vindicate their property and privacy rights against UAS operators. But at the...more

City of L.A. Accepting Comments on Guidelines for Transit-Oriented Communities Incentive Program

by Holland & Knight LLP on

The Los Angeles Department of City Planning is accepting comments on draft guidelines for a new transit-based affordable housing incentive program. The new program is required by Measure JJJ (adopted by voters in November...more

West Coast Real Estate Update: February 2017 #1

by Holland & Knight LLP on

Los Angeles, Seattle Top List of Best Markets for Multifamily Investment - Marcus & Millichap's 2017 National Multifamily Index (NMI) ranks Los Angeles and Seattle first and second, respectively, among 46 major domestic...more

West Coast Real Estate Update: November 2016 #1

by Holland & Knight LLP on

New Study Finds $6.7 Billion of Private Investment Along Foothill Gold Line - According to a new study, the extension of the light rail line east of Los Angeles, known as the Foothill Gold Line, has attracted billions...more

Classic Private Property Rights and Public Coffers

by Womble Bond Dickinson on

In April 2014, we posted a blog discussing the North Carolina Supreme Court’s opinion in Beroth Oil v. NCDOT, 367 N.C. 33, 757 S.E. 2d 466 (2014). (See here) In that post, we compared high frequency stock market trading and...more

Defeated North Carolina Class Action Ultimately Results in Victory for Landowners – NCDOT Loses Map Act Fight

by Moore & Van Allen PLLC on

What began several years ago as a defeated attempt at a class action against the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) ultimately resulted in a win this month for plaintiff landowners in Kirby v. NCDOT (No....more

Sustainable Development Update - June 2016

by Allen Matkins on

Sustainable Development Focus - Solar microgrid to ‘green’ Port of Los Angeles - Microgrid Knowledge - May 30 - The Port of Los Angeles, North America’s largest port, plans to install a $26.6 million solar...more

Montgomery County Subdivision Staging Policy Revamped

by Miles & Stockbridge P.C. on

The Montgomery County Planning Board of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (“Planning Board”) is updating the Subdivision Staging Policy (“SSP”). We anticipate practical and innovation changes will be...more

Municipalities May Not Grant Preferential Parking to Residents Based on Dwelling Type

by Best Best & Krieger LLP on

California Attorney General Addresses Local Preferential Parking Regulations - Local authorities may not institute preferential parking regulations that discriminate among residents based on the residents’ dwelling type,...more

Major Takeaways from American Planning Association’s National Conference

Several R+C Land Use Group lawyers just returned from the American Planning Association’s National Conference in Phoenix, Arizona. The conference is a great opportunity to get together with planners from across the country,...more

West Coast Real Estate Update: March 2016 #3

by Holland & Knight LLP on

California's High-Speed Rail May Not Be Financially Feasible - The California Legislature's analyst released a report stating that the high-speed rail system planned for California is not economically feasible. Several...more

Yucaipa Latest California City to Replace Stop Signs with Roundabouts

by Nossaman LLP on

We have seen a trend where local agencies are choosing to replace stop-sign and signal controlled intersections with roundabouts. The concept is not new; we see them throughout Europe and on the East Coast. But until...more

Corner Briefing: Grant and Loan Opportunities for Infill Projects

by Holland & Knight LLP on

This is the first edition in an ongoing series of "Corner Briefings" highlighting urban infill legal tools and opportunities. These updates will identify new legal cases, legislative updates, grant opportunities and other...more

Después de que el polvo se asienta: Efectos sobre el desarrollo continuo en el sur de la Florida

by Bilzin Sumberg on

Decir que el mercado inmobiliario del sur de la Florida está “en auge” sería una sutileza. El masivo interés en el desarrollo por todo Miami y las ciudades que la rodean sigue aumentando. Para graficar cuán grande es este...more

Updates to CEQA Guidelines for Transportation Impacts Analysis Under SB 743

by Stoel Rives LLP on

On January 20, 2016, the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research (“OPR”) released a revised draft of thresholds for measuring transportation impacts under the California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”). These draft...more

Purple Line Continues to Move Forward

by Miles & Stockbridge P.C. on

The Maryland Court of Appeals issued an opinion on January 22, 2016 holding in favor of Montgomery County, Maryland that the future Purple Line (the proposed light rail between Bethesda and New Carrollton that includes a stop...more

Oakland Proposed Developer Fees Summary

Unlike most large Bay Area cities, Oakland has not charged development impact fees to pay for affordable housing, but that is likely to change soon. The ramifications of a proposal to impose fees on new residential and...more

Menlo Park Grade Separations – On Track

by Nossaman LLP on

The City of Menlo Park is proceeding with two transportation projects. The first one, an undercrossing to separate bicycles and pedestrians from rail traffic at Middle Avenue, received the green light from the City Council...more

Top Ten Stories in California Construction for 2015

Cranes, cement trucks, and street closures seem to be everywhere these days, especially in city centers such as San Francisco and Los Angeles. After the meltdown of 2006, real estate development went into hibernation for...more

How to Fix Your GHG Analysis After the California Supreme Court’s Newhall Ranch Decision

by Stoel Rives LLP on

My colleague, Michael Sherman, posted yesterday about two issues decided in the California Supreme Court’s decision in Center for Biological Diversity v. California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Today, I’ll address the...more

Caltrans’ Highway 101 Overpass Condemnation Case Ends in Split Decision

by Nossaman LLP on

For several years, we’ve been following an eminent domain lawsuit in Marin County involving Caltrans’ acquisition of 34 acres for a $29.7 million interchange project at the Redwood Sanitary Landfill, which would widen the...more

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