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32C — March 24 - April 13, 2017 — The Best of 2016 — M id A tlantic

Real Estate Journal

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The Best Attorney of 2016

Scott C. Butler agreements, financings and other related agreements for over 18 years. Mr. Butler was engaged to be the lead transactional attorney for Hamil- ton Crossings Shopping Center in Allentown, Pennsylvania, which in- cluded the transformation of a former mine site into a commercial town center encompassing more than 500,000 SF. This engagement was one of the most complicated transactions in recent years. It included plac- ing a condominium structure on the shopping center and negotiating operating agreements and leases with numerous national anchor stores, while structuring the ownership and financing in order to receive sever- al grants and other public subsidies. With the assistance of Mr. Butler’s advice, negotiation and hard work, the shopping center opened in 2016, and has created hundreds of jobs and economic opportunities. Kaplin Stewart Scott C. Butler Real Estate Transaction and Corporate&Business Planning Number of Attorney’s in your office: 33 Type of field Attorney specializes in: Scott C. Butler has been involved in all aspects of real estate transactional work, including leasing, joint venture agreements, acquisition and sale

Tarabicos Grosso, LLP Larry J. Tarabicos, Esquire Real Estate/Land Use

Larry J. Tarabicos est land developers, builders, and real estate investors in the re- gion related to projects in Delaware. He is consistently ranked as a leading Delaware Real Estate/Zoning/Land Use attorney by Chambers USA. Major real estate and development projects that Larry has handled include: The Christiana Mall, Village of Whitehall, Linden Hill Station, Barley Mill Plaza, Concord Pla- za, Governor’s Square, and the Hockessin Athletic Club. With Larry’s guidance, our clients are better able to navigate the land use process, working harmoniously with the public, local planning departments, and elected officials. Tarabicos Grosso, LLP Geoffrey L. Grosso, Esquire Real Estate/Land Use Number of Attorney’s in your office: 4 Geoff Grosso represents commercial and residential developers for all of their real estate needs, including negotiating complex financing transactions, preparing Number of Attorney’s in your office: 4 Larry Tarabicos has over thirty years of experience representing many of the larg-

Rutter & Roy Christine Roy Energy, Environment, and Infrastructure

Number of Attorneys in office: 8 Her strong ethics, knowledge and passion for her work have earned Roy a strong reputa- tion among the industries and clients she services. She has extensive experience in land

use, transportation and pipeline law and appellate practice and she has impacted important issues in New Jersey. This includes right of way acquisitions involving major interstate natural gas pipeline projects and the NJDEP Office of Flood Hazard Risk Reduction Measures in connection with the Manasquan Inlet to Barnegat Inlet Hurricane and Storm Damage Reduction Project. A member and past president of the International Right of Way Association, NJ Chapter, she also served bar associations for New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey State, and Energy. Roy has a BA from St. Mary’s College and JD from Wil-

declarations and easements, and counseling builders regarding disclosure requirements. Geoff has represented real estate in- vestors with acquisition financing, disposition, and leasing of shopping centers, office complexes, parking garages, and self- storage facilities. Geoff has handled numerous significant, high- value ($25,000,000.00 - $100,000,000.00) transactions and refi- nances, in addition to undertaking several major and successful document negotiations with New Castle County.

Geoff Grosso

Christine Roy

liam Mitchell College of Law.

Tarabicos Grosso, LLP is proud to be recognized in the Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal’s “Best of 2016”

The Delaware Law Firm for Your Commercial Real Estate Needs

BEST LAW FIRM Small Firm Category

Serving the business, real estate, zoning and land development needs of landowners, real estate developers, builders, and investors in Delaware and the surrounding region.

GIVING BACK in 2016

 Complex Real Estate Transactions  Real Estate Financing  Zoning and Land Use Approvals  Property Development  Condemnation Representation  Leasing  Business Entities

Personal Service. Exceptional Results.

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