Following the threat of condemnation, the owner of Station Plaza, a shopping center located along the Route 1 corridor in Woodbridge, retained Walsh, Colucci, Lubeley & Walsh to help prepare a report that analyzed the impact of the demolition of two buildings and the elimination of reasonable access into the shopping center.
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VDOT v. Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts, Inc.
Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts, Inc. sought to obtain the maximum amount of just compensation for VDOT’s taking of 1.5 acres of Wolf Trap’s land from a 4.97 acre wooded lot for the construction of a traction power substation associated with development of the Metrorail’s Silver Line. Wolf Trap hired WCL&W’s eminent domain practice group led by Michael J. Coughlin based on a previous and successful zoning entitlement relationship with the firm. Continue Reading>>
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