Kevin J. Moore is a member of the Sills Cummis & Gross Real Estate Practice Group and a Co-Chair of its Redevelopment Practice Group. Mr. Moore concentrates his practice in government incentives, affordable housing, redevelopment, land use, land use litigation and commercial real estate law. Mr. Moore's govermental incentives practice includes working with clients to obtain various tax abatements as well tax increment financing and new market tax credits. He has been listed in Chambers USA America's Leading Lawyers for Business since 2006 and has a Martindale Hubbel Av rating. He is the recipient of a 2007 President's Award and a 2010 Industry Service Award from the New Jersey Chapter of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties. Mr. Moore Co- Chairs NJ-NAIOP's Legislative Committee and is amember of the Board of PlanSmart NJ.
Jersey Gardens Lodging Associates ERGG Grant — I am representing Jersey Gardens Lodging Associates in obtaining what will be the first or second State Incentive Grant Agreement in New Jersey. Jersey Gardens is about to construct a hotel in Elizabeth, NJ. In this transaction, pursuant to a new statute, a portion of the state hotel tax to be generated by the new hotel, will be paid back to to JGLA, which it will then assign to its construction and permanent finacing lender to fill a project fiancing gap created by the lender''s lending limts.
Paks Fast Service, Inc. v. New Jersey Department of Transporation et al — I represented Paks Fast Service, Inc., a neighboring property owner and competitor of a Pilot Service Station on State Route 17. Paks challenged the New Jersey Department of Transportation''s grant of a state highway access permit to Pilot. This case, before the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division, established that Paks, a neighboring property owner and competitor, had standing to challenge the NJDOT''''s grant of the access permit to Pilot.
Parbrahm v. City of Trenton et al — I represented Parbrahm in its challenge to the City of Trenton''s blight designation of Parbrahms'' service station. The 45 day appeal period in which to challenge the designation has expired 2 years earlier and I was able to obtain a two year extension of the appeal period from the trail court based on the intersts of justice standard; because of constutuional deficiencies in the City''s notice of its blight designation.