Jennifer Hall proudly joined the firm in 2002 as Jordan’s first employee and now serves as a Senior Project Manager on the Land Use and Zoning team. Ms. Hall is a key member of our team as she has extensive experience with site analysis, feasibility discovery, and preparation of planning documents and project applications for various design and development approval processes (including General Plan Amendments, Rezoning, Use Permits, Variances, Text Amendments and Development Review Board, Plan Review and Permitting processes) throughout the entire state of Arizona.
Ms. Hall brings decades of experience in land development and neighborhood outreach to each case that she works on and possesses the necessary skills to turn even the toughest neighbors into project supporters. Additionally, Ms. Hall is an extremely effective coordinator and negotiator with strong relationships across many government agencies and on all levels with city and county staffs. Managing the project to ensure all consultants remain on task and ahead of schedule is just another perk that Ms. Hall brings to each and every project that she works on. The firm was built upon “Outrageous Customer Service” which is something that Ms. Hall provides our clients from the very beginning of the case through final project completion.
Ms. Hall is a member of the American Planning Association, the Arizona Planning Association, Valley Partnership and and has been an active member of the Paradise Valley Village Planning Committee in Phoenix since 2010. She proudly served as the Chair of the Paradise Valley Village Planning Committee 2019-2020 and Vice Chair 2017-2018.
Before working for the law firm, Ms. Hall worked on a variety of political campaigns for elected officials, Propositions and Referendums throughout the state of Arizona. Hall grew up in the Midwest and received her B.S. in Business from Eastern Illinois University in 1995.
In The News
Shady Park Tempe pauses operations amid changes prompted by noise complaints; issue needed to be nipped in the bud, says Rose Law Group Sr. Project Manager Jennifer Hall
By Lynn Trimble | Phoenix New Times Shady Park Tempe is temporarily ceasing operations, according to a statement posted on its Facebook page on Wednesday, July 7. It’s the latest development in an ongoing controversy involving noise complaints made by residents living in a new residential tower that caters to senior citizens. “We are pausing operations to construct a step-pyramid over parts of the park to help contain
(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents WM Grace and MC Companies on this project.) By Joshua Bowling | Arizona Republic North Peoria is a big step closer to adding nearly 300 luxury apartments. The Peoria City Council on Tuesday unanimously voted to rezone a piece of land on the southeast corner of Lake Pleasant Parkway and Deer Valley Road where a
(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents WM Grace and MC Companies on this project.) By Rose Law Group Staff | Rose Law Group Reporter The Peoria City Council unanimously approved a multi family rezoning for the residential development Camino a Lago last night. WM Grace was the applicant and owner of the 12 acre site. MC Companies is the multi-family developer