Jeff Twitty represents owners, developers, and investors in acquisitions, leases, and general real estate and affordable housing matters. Jeff also conducts due diligence on land use, zoning, and permitting requirements for various real estate projects.
I assist clients with many aspects of general real estate and affordable housing transactions—including reviewing materials related to acquisition, rehabilitation, and organizational documents; analyzing title work and drafting legal and closing documents; and interacting with clients, lenders, investors, and governmental agencies to obtain the approvals necessary to facilitate these transactions.
Having worked as a municipal planner prior to becoming an attorney, I have extensive experience analyzing land use ordinances and navigating project permitting processes. I regularly represent developers before municipal boards on land use and zoning matters.
Our relationship with the built environment has changed radically. I anticipate developers and governments taking this opportunity to reimagine their approaches to land use with the goal of keeping communities safe and connected.
This article covers client University of Rochester completing the purchase of a former IBM facility in the Canal Ponds Business Park in Greece, New York. NP advised on the transaction, with the deal team including Rochester partner and General Real Estate & Transactional team deputy leader Matt Carrigg, Albany counsel and Environmental team co-leader Dana Stanton, and Rochester associates Ninteretse Jean Pierre (JP) and Jeff Twitty, all of the Affordable Housing & Real Estate practice.
Duke University School of Law, J.D.
Binghamton University, B.A., magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa
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