Brown & Ortiz - Land Use and Zoning Attorneys in San Antonio

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    We know how to effectively guide large-scale development projects through the process from inception to completion.
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    Experience gives us credibility,

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    We know how to effectively guide large-scale development projects through the process from inception to completion.
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    A legal team dedicated to

    achieving results

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    Our commitment to integrity influences our approach to every project

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    Established in the community,

    committed to client success

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    Strategic, innovative solutions

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    Building relationships to create

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    We know how to effectively guide large-scale development projects through the process from inception to completion.

Our Firm

The law office of Brown & Ortiz, P.C., provides over 30 years of experience representing and collaborating with developers to spearhead projects throughout San Antonio, Bexar County and the State of Texas. Our arsenal of expertise includes specialized knowledge of land entitlements, zoning, economic development incentives, and environmental compliance, with a diverse background in design, construction and urban planning.

With an extensive practice dedicated to land use and development matters, we have helped guide large-scale development projects from inception to completion. Our attorneys maintain strong relationships with elected officials, public administrators and key stakeholders, and are well versed in state, county and local laws and regulations. The land use attorneys at Brown & Ortiz provides highly effective representation to clients by consistently delivering desired results.

 

Noteworthy

Historic Designation Stripped from Merchant’s Ice House, Friedrich Building

Two large industrial complexes in the Eastside are closer to redevelopment and possible partial demolition as City Council approved the removal of the historic designation from a majority of each property on Thursday.

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HDRC Approves Multi-Family Development in River Road

More than a dozen residents of the historic River Road neighborhood, nestled between Brackenridge Park Golf Course and Highway 281, showed up to the Historic and Design Review Commission on Wednesday to oppose a local developer’s plan to build six additional units on a lot with an existing historic home.

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City OKS funding for new dwellings

Two neighboring West Side developments on South Acme Road received $2.7 million in federal funds Thursday at the City Council meeting.

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Plan to rezone mission building gets green light

A local developer on Tuesday inched closer to its proposal to add about 240 apartments close to Mission Concepcion by receiving unanimous approval from the Zoning Commission to rezone six acres on the mission grounds.

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$27 million housing project set for Brooks City-Base

Last week, officials broke ground on a $27 million housing project at Brooks City-Base, a former military installation that’s now public land.

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