Kami is a Shareholder in the firm’s Land Use and Real Estate Group.
She has extensive experience in the areas of land use, comprehensive planning, annexation, Developments of Regional Impact (DRI), zoning , variances, tree removal permits, design exceptions, subdivisions, sign permitting, alcoholic beverage permitting, concurrency agreements, development agreements and all aspects of governmental permitting, including stormwater and environmental permitting. In addition to her land use practice, Kami also has experience with matters relating to, real estate transactions, code enforcement, public records laws, sunshine laws, the Fair Housing Act, ADA accessibility, with unique experience specializing in hospitality facilities and sports facilities.
Prior to joining Hill Ward Henderson, Kami was Of Counsel for an Am Law 100 international law firm providing land use and real estate advice to clients across the firm’s state-wide, five-office platform and served as the Director of Due Diligence and Entitlements for the Tampa/Orlando Division of one of the largest public homebuilder in the United States.
Her clients include publicly and privately owned homebuilders and residential developers, multi-family builders and developers, mixed use and commercial builders and developers, affordable housing owners, builders and developers, medical marijuana license holders and land owners.
Kami is active in the business community and serves in leadership roles for NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association Tampa Bay Chapter and the Tampa Bay Builder’s Association.
Kami is also passionate about helping the most vulnerable members of our community. She serves on the all-volunteer board of Housing First, Steps Forward, Inc., a not for profit organization that acquires and rehabilitates housing to serve those community members who have a chronic history of not being able to maintain a stable home environment.
Outside of the office, Kami enjoys exploring new cities, attending sporting events (particularly during the playoffs), and watching local government television.
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