Jaclyn Scarinci focuses on real estate development, with a concentration in land use and zoning law, and related transactional matters. Her clients include developers, institutions, investors, and architects in connection with residential, commercial and mixed-use development projects, land use and zoning applications, and environmental review before agencies such as the Department of Housing Preservation and Development, Department of City Planning, City Planning Commission, Board of Standards and Appeals, and the Environmental Control Board in New York City.
She also represents clients in connection with the acquisition and development of public and private property, affordable housing transactions pursuant to New York City’s Mandatory Inclusionary Housing Program, comprehensive land use and zoning due diligence, transfer of development rights transactions, and tax incentives for residential and commercial development projects under the City’s 421-a and ICAP programs.
- J.D., Pace University School of Law, 2013, cum laude, Certificate in Environmental Law
- M.A., Yale University, 2013
- B.A., Boston College, 2009
Bar Admissions : New York; New Jersey
- Commercial Real Estate Women of New York (CREW), Member
- New York State Bar Association, Real Estate Committee, Member
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