Partners Judy L. Simoncic, Jeffrey D. Forchelli, William F. Bonesso, Peter R. Mineo & Kathleen Deegan Dickson

Since our formation over 30 years ago, the Firm has participated in some of the largest and most complex land use and zoning projects on Long Island (and the greater metropolitan area). Our attorneys have successfully represented homeowners, small businesses, major developers, national corporations, organizations, associations and municipalities in every aspect of land use and zoning, including applications for zone changes, subdivisions, site plans, special permits, variances, architectural review, environmental impact statements and all types of zoning litigation.

The Firm has secured approvals for a number of major corporations and developments, including Northrop Grumman Corporation, Cablevision Systems Corporation, Lowe's Home Centers, Roosevelt Raceway Properties, the Westbury Drive-In, Friends Academy, Adelphi University, St. Francis Hospital and the Long Island Home, among others.

Attorneys practicing in this field:

Jeffrey D. Forchelli
Peter R. Mineo
• Daniel P. Deegan
• Kathleen Deegan Dickson
William F. Bonesso
Judy Lynn Simoncic
Aaron Gershonowitz
Andrea Tsoukalas
Danielle Tricolla
Harold B. Mayer

Related Information

November, 2014
The Law of Merger — NYREJ

July 5, 2013
Firm Ranked Second Largest Real Estate Law Firm on Long Island by Long Island Business News

April 24th, 2012
Long Island Business News Honors Jeffrey D. Forchelli with a 2012 Real Estate & Development Award

June 17, 2011
Forchelli Law Client Lowe Properties Honored by Vision Long Island at the Smart Growth Awards for the Westbury Theater Project

April 4, 2011
Forchelli, Curto, Deegan Client Equity One, Inc. Kicks Off $100 Million Development in Hempstead

May 24, 2011
Company of the Month: Forchelli, Curto, Deegan, Schwartz, Mineo & Terrana, LLP: Successful lawyers, successful clients — New York Real Estate Journal

April 2010
Andrea Tsoukalas & Eli Elbaum’s contributed article, “Zoning Boards Give New Meaning to What Constitutes a detriment to the Character of a Neighborhood,” in the New York Real Estate Journal.

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