POTOMAC, Md., May 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Prominent land use attorney Todd Brown joins Shulman Rogers' Shareholders. Mr. Brown is well known among national and regional developers and builders and institutions for securing zoning and land use entitlements for suburban and urban development and redevelopment projects, especially in Howard County and Montgomery County, Maryland. Mr. Brown joins Shulman Rogers' seasoned Land Use Practice Group, co‑chaired by Timothy Dugan and Nancy Regelin.
"I am excited to join Shulman Rogers." Mr. Brown notes, "It's a great firm. I have known Tim and Nancy for many years and I have tremendous admiration for their successes. Shulman Rogers is the right platform for my clients' land use needs, for their broader business law needs, including transactions, litigation, tax and corporate, and for their personal legal needs, such as trusts and estates, residential real estate and family law."
Mr. Brown's client focus, technical knowledge and long‑standing working relationships with government officials have contributed to his reputation for delivering successful results as expected and on budget. Mr. Leonard Greenberg, President of Greenhill Companies, notes, "Todd has represented our land use interests in Bethesda, Wheaton, Rockville and North Bethesda for 25 years. We have had outstanding success." James Gentile, of The National Labor College, adds, "Todd's help in securing special exception and subdivision approvals for our 65,000 square foot conference center, 85 bed dormitory and new dining facility in Silver Spring was invaluable. He managed the process seamlessly and kept us apprised of the progress throughout each phase of the project."
The Shulman Rogers land use team plays a significant role in reshaping Montgomery County. Projects facilitated by Mr. Dugan and Ms. Regelin that are currently under construction include the Camden Shady Grove multi-family apartment project for 457 apartment units and retail at the DANAC Stiles Corporate Center in the Shady Grove Life Sciences Center, and both the Shelter Brightview seven story mixed use multifamily senior and retail project and the Kettler and Cornerstone mixed use, 273 apartments and ground floor retail, project, both located in Phase 2 of the Rockville Town Center. "Nancy and I are delighted that Todd is joining our team," said Timothy Dugan. "In addition to his great work for his developer clients, Todd has gained key approvals for major expansions for private schools and not-for-profit institutions in Montgomery County. In Howard County, Todd is navigating approvals for over 13 million square feet of redevelopment, including office, retail, entertainment, more than 5,000 residential units and 600 hotel rooms, all of which are slated for development over the next decade."
SOURCE Shulman Rogers Gandal Pordy & Ecker, P.A.