Topic: Zoning & Land Use

A Stamford Land Use Primer

Mark Santagata June 13, 2019

By Michael J. Cacace, Founding Partner | Originally Published in the North Stamford Association Newsletter It was less than one hundred years ago that... Read More

Airspace Condominium Units Can Avoid the Need to Subdivide

Mark Santagata June 12, 2019

By Michael Cacace, Founding Partner |  In 2007, we successfully argued to the Connecticut Supreme Court that creation of airspace condominium units—thereby creating separate units... Read More

Michael Cacace to Present on Stamford Planning & Zoning Process

Mark Santagata April 4, 2019

Join the North Stamford Association’s forum on “The Planning and Zoning Process in Stamford – How it Works Today and What the Future Holds”... Read More

Land Use & Real Estate: CTS celebrates groundbreaking of Stamford Urby development

Mark Santagata December 7, 2017 Stamford-zoning-Urby-groundbreaking

Stamford zoning approval played key role in long-awaited groundbreaking of new housing complex Attorneys Michael J. Cacace and Nicholas W. Vitti, Jr. recently joined... Read More

Development Assemblages: how a real estate lawyer can help co-owners navigate a profitable challenge

Frank Baker August 14, 2017 development assemblage

Most urban communities across the country, including Connecticut cities like Stamford and New Haven, are constantly undergoing neighborhood value changes. When neighborhood demographics change... Read More

Looking to develop a property? Before getting started, check local zoning regulations

Nicholas Vitti July 12, 2017 zoning regulations

Understanding municipal zoning regulations is the first step for property development Land use and development may prove complicated even for a seemingly straightforward project.... Read More

The top 5 times hiring an attorney can protect your future

Danielle Edwards June 28, 2017 legal advice

When is it time to hire an attorney…and when can you navigate a situation yourself? If you’re asking yourself this question, remember the old... Read More

Transit Oriented Development is shaping Connecticut’s Towns & Cities

Nicholas Vitti October 29, 2015

Everybody wants to live downtown! Transit Oriented Development or “TOD” is a land use concept that is picking up steam (pun intended) not only... Read More

US News & World Report Names CTS a “Best Law Firm”

Mark Santagata October 6, 2015

Cacace, Tusch & Santagata is proud to again be selected as a Tier One “Best Law Firm” by U.S News & World Report in... Read More

A Variance Can Provide Relief from Strict Zoning Regulations

Michael Cacace August 18, 2015

Early on, the authors of Connecticut’s zoning laws recognized that in unique circumstances it might be unfair to apply local zoning requirements to some... Read More

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