Steve is a shareholder and member of the firm’s Real Estate and Renewable Energy practice groups. Across all aspects of his practice, Steve strives to provide clients with quick, efficient, and practical solutions to complex problems.
Steve regularly represents developers, investors, landowners, and other business interests before municipal planning and zoning boards across the state in connection with site plan, subdivision, and variance applications and other land use matters. He has a particular expertise in redevelopment matters, including redevelopment area designations, long- and short-term tax exemptions, state incentive programs, and related financial agreements, redevelopment agreements, cross-access easements, and other matters. His renewable energy experience includes the representation of solar power developers (both grid-supply and net-metered) in acquisitions, dispositions, leasing, and other transactional matters, litigation, permitting, approvals, and regulatory efforts. Steve also regularly counsels clients in a variety of transactional real estate matters, including property purchases and sales, leasing and landlord/tenant matters; and title and boundary disputes.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Steven P. Gouin