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Zoning Basics and Title Issues Connected with Development Rights Transfers

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The CLE program will focus on basic zoning concepts, followed by a detailed discussion of development rights transfers. The zoning topics to be presented will be: the difference between a tax lot and a zoning lot; types of zoning lots; identifying the permitted usage on a zoning lot as residential, commercial and/or community facility; and identifying the permitted floor area, height and setback restrictions associated with a zoning lot. This will be followed by a discussion of the development rights transfer process and the documentation that must be recorded to implement the transfer.

Lecturer Bio

Christopher E. Wright, Esq.

Christopher Wright’s practice area primarily focuses on the New York City Zoning Resolution. He represents and advises property owners on all land use and zoning matters. Chris represents property owners at the City Planning Commission, Board of Standards and Appeals, Landmarks Preservation Commission, New York City Council, Department of Buildings, Borough Presidents, Department of Buildings, Community Boards and other land use agencies.

Christopher provides analysis and guidance on the development potential of real estate sites, both for an as-of-right development scenario and a land use application development scenario. He has represented owners of single properties and developers controlling multi-parcel sites. In the case of applications, he will prepare the application and present it to the applicable public entities.

Christopher began his career working in the public sector at NYC economic development agencies including the New York City Economic Development Corporation and the New York City Council Finance Committee. His public sector experience has provided him with the necessary expertise to effectively guide development projects through the public approval process.

Christopher then moved into the private sector working for land use and zoning law firms. He has represented both for-profit and not-for-profit clients, including schools, religious organizations and affordable housing developers.

Mr. Wright is an active member of the New York City Bar Association, the Zoning Advisory Council and the Real Estate Board of New York.

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