Rose Law Group pc’s Development Agreement Services team assists clients in jurisdictions throughout Arizona to negotiate agreements with municipalities to formally address matters such as annexation, zoning and entitlements, vesting of development rights, water, sewer and roadway infrastructure improvements, special district financing, development fees and tax incentives for economic development projects.
Because of the combination of political acumen and municipal law experience we believe that our attorneys draft and negotiate the best development agreements in the State. We believe that it is in the best interest of the client to tailor each development agreement to meet the client’s detailed goals.
Rose Law Group pc does not believe that “one size fits all” and are very careful to understand our clients’ business goals, projected timing of investment and development, and to be certain that the agreements we negotiate and draft are best suited to meet the needs of the client. We are creative and innovative with the structure of the agreements and have found great success in protecting our client’s development rights.
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Logan Elia, Rose Law Group partner and litigation attorney, explains why new Scottsdale short-term rental ordinance may run afoul of state law
By Adriana Loya | 12 News A new Scottsdale ordinance is set to make sure short-term and vacation rental owners are held accountable for what happens at their properties. Scottsdale’s city council unanimously approved updates to local ordinances that will require vacation and short-term rental property owners to provide an emergency contact to the city and increase monetary penalties. The
(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Vasari Asset Management.) By Cecilia Chan | Gilbert Sun Some Finley Farms homeowners are unhappy with having new neighbors they claim will add traffic and eliminate their backyard privacy. Town Council last Tuesday unanimously approved a minor General Plan amendment and a rezone for Cottage Lane, an infill project of 21 two-story homes on 3.54