M. Catharine Puskar

Having joined WCL&W in November 1998, Cathy is the firm’s resident expert in land use and zoning matters in the City of Alexandria and has extensive experience in Arlington and Fairfax Counties as well.

With an in-depth knowledge of the law, process, politics and people required to achieve her clients’ goals, Cathy has successfully represented a number of clients in obtaining the necessary entitlements for a variety of projects including major residential, commercial, and mixed-use developments.

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M. Catharine Puskar's Latest Posts

Alexandria City Council Approves New Residential Development in Potomac Yard

by on November 14, 2017
Alexandria City Council Approves New Residential Development in Potomac Yard

On October 14, 2017, the Alexandria City Council approved an application submitted by Potomac Yard Development, LLC, to allow the construction of two six-story condominium buildings in the rapidly developing mixed-use community of Potomac Yard. Attorneys Cathy Puskar and Bob Brant worked diligently with the development team to secure a Master Plan Amendment, Text Amendment, […]

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North Potomac Yard Small Area Plan Update

by on May 22, 2017
North Potomac Yard Small Area Plan Update

After a year-long public engagement process, Alexandria’s North Potomac Yard Small Area Plan Update is near completion. The Plan, when originally approved in 2010, envisioned redevelopment of the 70-acre Potomac Yard Shopping Center into a 7.5-million-square-foot mixed-use project with the proposed new Potomac Yard Metrorail Station as its centerpiece. This density was premised upon the […]

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Arlington County Board Approves First Developments Under Columbia Pike Neighborhoods Form Based Code

by on May 6, 2015
Arlington County Board Approves First Developments Under Columbia Pike Neighborhoods Form Based Code

Walsh, Colucci, Lubeley & Walsh, P.C., is the region’s leading law firm for redevelopment along Columbia Pike, having successfully represented a number of clients in every 4.1.2 Special Exception Use Permit Commercial Centers Form Based Code approval to date and in two 4.1 Special Exception Site Plan approvals on the Pike that were informed by […]

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