Law 629:

Real Estate Development, Entitlements and Zoning (2.0-5.0 units)

An end-to-end look at the various facets of the complex real estate development process, from land acquisition, to the sale and marketing of completed projects. Topics include: the relationship between developers and architects; zoning and land use controls; the subdivision and entitlements process; environmental issues related to development; the interplay between public entities and private developers; constitutional limits on governmental fees; construction contracts and lending; and real estate investment deal structures
  • Prerequisite: LAW 605
  • Restriction: Registration open to the following school(s): Gould School of Law
SectionSessionUnitsTypeTimeDaysRegisteredInstructorLocationSyllabusInfo
03270D9412.0Lecture1:30-3:10pmFriday
Canceled
Oscar Sandovalsession dates
Information accurate as of May 26, 2022 2:07 pm.