Congratulations to our partner Steve Nehmad for receiving the Distinguished Foundation Board Member Award at Atlantic Cape Community College’s recent commencement ceremony.
Nehmad Perillo & Davis, PC, welcomes new associate Raymond J. Went, Jr. to the firm. Mr. Went’s practice focuses on civil litigation, land use, commercial and residential real estate, commercial transactions, licensing, property taxation and other governmental matters.
From the Press of Atlantic City: "The complex is now called Bayview Court Apartments, said attorney Keith Davis, of Nehmad, Perillo and Davis in Egg Harbor Township. Davis is representing new owner Streamwood Co. of Haddonfield, Camden County, in the redevelopment of the property."
“I know the term ‘exciting,’ in terms of real estate development, is trite, but this is an exciting application,” Stephen Nehmad, an attorney for [ARD Hamilton principal Peter] Abrams, told the planning board in 2012. “What we are proposing to do is redevelop the site in the true sense of the term.”
From the Press of Atlantic City: "The [Galloway T]ownship Planning Board approved eliminating the 55-and-older age restriction for a previously approved 944-unit complex at the former Blue Heron Pines East championship golf course at Thursday’s meeting."
NPD Partner Keith Davis successfully negotiated with the Federal Transit Administration concerning a previously issued cease and desist order to allow Atlantic City Jitney Association members to resume shuttle service at Atlantic City International Airport.
Keith Davis, Esq. recently appeared before the Ocean City Council on behalf of Bayfront Preservation Foundation, LLC, an entity owned/operated by the Gill Family, to begin the process of deeming a bayfront tract in town an area in need of rehabilitation.
Keith Davis, Esq. appeared before the New Jersey Turnpike Authority recently to advocate for changes to the proposed Exit 41 interchange of the Garden State Parkway along Jim Leeds Road in Galloway Township.
Steve Nehmad is mentioned in this Press of Atlantic City article on a lawsuit against the municipality’s new rental ordinance.