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Employee Spotlight-Jonelle Cameron

by on January 14, 2016
Employee Spotlight-Jonelle Cameron

Average was not a word in her vocabulary growing up. “I decided I wanted to become an attorney when I was 12,” says Jonelle, “and my mother did everything in her power to make sure I was successful.” Encouraged to leave her small New England town when it came time for college, Jonelle set out […]

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Shareholder Evan Pritchard Appointed to the Board of NAIOP Northern Virginia

by on December 16, 2015

Evan Pritchard has been appointed to the Board of NAIOP Northern Virginia. Board members are elected annually to uphold NAIOP’s mission of enhancing the Northern Virginia commercial real estate community through increased standards of professionalism, an enhanced public perception of the industry, maintaining an effective government action plan, and a positive impact on the environmental, […]

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Arlington County Board Approves Ballston Quarter Project

by on December 15, 2015
Arlington County Board Approves Ballston Quarter Project

On November 21, a major redevelopment project for Ballston Common Mall was approved by the Arlington County Board. The project, known as Ballston Quarter, includes a public-private partnership with the County and approval of three site plan amendments. Two of the amendments were requested by Forest City for the construction of a new mixed-use residential […]

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Robert Brant Joins the Land Lawyers

by on December 15, 2015
Robert Brant Joins the Land Lawyers

Walsh, Colucci, Lubeley & Walsh, P.C., is pleased to announce that Robert Brant has joined the firm’s land use and zoning practice group. “Bob is a welcome addition to our firm,” said Mike Coughlin, Shareholder in the Prince William office and fellow Catholic University Law School alumnus. “He will be able to hit the ground […]

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The Land Lawyers’ Year in Review

by on December 15, 2015
The Land Lawyers’ Year in Review

For more than a year now, our attorneys and planners have reported on real estate development, zoning and rezoning approvals, and sector plan updates for Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun, Stafford, and Prince William Counties and the Cities of Alexandria, Falls Church, and Herndon, and on topics related to State and U.S. Supreme Court rulings and decisions on […]

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Employee Spotlight – Michael Romeo

by on December 15, 2015
Employee Spotlight – Michael Romeo

From an early age, middle school to be exact, Mike was a man with a plan … and more than a few schematics and diagrams. Most of them—cities and stadiums—were scribbled on the back and inside covers of his notebooks.  “I know my teachers and parents didn’t always appreciate me drawing during class, but I […]

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Northern Virginia Magazine Lists 2015 Top Lawyers

by on December 8, 2015

Six shareholders and one associate from Walsh, Colucci, Lubeley & Walsh, P.C., have been listed in Northern Virginia Magazine’s 2015 Top Lawyers list. The list is compiled by industry peers.  Our firm’s top lawyers are shareholders Tom Colucci (recognized for Property Tax and Real Estate), Art Walsh (Zoning, Planning and Land Use), John Foote (Zoning, Planning […]

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Washingtontonian profiles The Land Lawyers in “Top Lawyers” Special Section

by on November 24, 2015
Washingtontonian profiles The Land Lawyers in “Top Lawyers” Special Section

On Newsstands now!

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Pentagon Centre Site Plan Given a Thumbs-Up

by on November 11, 2015
Pentagon Centre Site Plan Given a Thumbs-Up

On September 21, 2015, the Arlington County Board approved site plan amendments to the 17-acre Pentagon Centre site in Crystal City. These amendments will allow construction to move forward on the first of three phases in what will likely be a 40-year project. Phase 1 will include two LEED Silver high-rise residential buildings with a […]

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Employee Spotlight

by on November 11, 2015
Employee Spotlight

Eileen grew up across the river in Montgomery County and moved to Virginia after graduating from Miami University in Ohio. She planned on pursuing a career in education, but in the late 1970s there were few schools hiring home economics teachers. Eileen returned home, moved to Virginia, and landed a job in retail where she […]

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