|Admission Details||1978, New Jersey and Pennsylvania; 1980, Florida; U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit; U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey|
|Education||Johns Hopkins University, B.A., 1975; University of Pennsylvania Law School, J.D., 1978|
|Associations & Memberships||Member: New Jersey State and Pennsylvania Bar Associations; The Florida Bar.|
|Representative Clients||Representation of Matrix Development for matters in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. In New Jersey, in the development of over 10,000,000 square feet of industrial and distribution center facilities in Washington Township, Mercer County, in Monroe and South Brunswick Township; and in the acquisition of the Commonwealth Corporate Center, Horsham, Pa., including variances and development of approvals from Horsham Township and Montgomery County; establishment of golf and access easements for an 18-hole Arnold Palmer designed course meandering through and initially under common ownership with the corporate park; implementation of a multimillion dollar public-private partnership for road improvements; resolution of condemnation issues; addressing environmental matters related to an adjacent U.S. military airport facility; |
Representation of The Hampshire Companies in the acquisition, financing and leasing of several hundred million dollars of industrial, office and retail properties throughout the United States, including a 200,000 square foot expansion for Philips Electronics, a new retail development for Dick's Sporting Goods, PNC Bank office building disposition and development, Wild Oats and Whole Foods retail outlets and Crompton corporate headquarters;
Representation of DP Partners on a 1,000 acre acquisition for industrial and distribution center development in the Pureland Complex, Logan Township, Gloucester County, including addressing wetlands issues, waterfront development permit requirements and sewer and water infrastructure;
Representation of Trammell Crow Company in acquisition and development of Horizon Corporate Center, Mount Laurel Township, Burlington County, including resolution with Army Corps and NJDEP of wetlands issues caused by prior developer, preservation of wetlands exemptions for future development, subdivision and site plan approvals for new office and hotel development, negotiation of NJDOT Developer's Agreement, creation of park covenants and owners' association and negotiation of water and sewer reservation agreement;
Representation of Erickson Retirement Communities on 2,000-unit Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Tinton Falls, Monmouth County and in Pequannock Township, Morris County, including rezoning, municipal boundary line adjustment/annexation, general development plan approval, site plan approval, resolution of wetlands issues and negotiation of sewer agreements; and
Representation of AES and Competitive Power Ventures in the acquisition, siting and development of gas-fired electric power generation facilities.
|Additional Bio Details||Glenn S. Pantel is a partner of the firm. He focuses his practice in the area of real estate. |
His practice is concentrated in the areas of land development, commercial real estate transactions and related regulatory matters including wetlands issues, ISRA compliance, waterfront development, Mt. Laurel housing and local zoning and planning approvals. He represents a number of major developers and corporate users in connection with large scale, sophisticated development plans and acquisitions throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
In General. Glenn is a member of the bars of New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Florida.