Thomas O. Ingram works with landowners, developers, and governments to allow for the development and sale of real estate in Jacksonville, St. Johns County (St. Augustine), Clay County, and surrounding areas in northeast Florida.
Such efforts have included the development and redevelopment of sites into retail power centers, single family and multifamily developments, Developments of Regional Impact, and industrial centers.
Tom’s efforts routinely involve negotiation of project-specific agreements concerning transportation and other issues with Boards of County Commissioners and other elected bodies. His work includes real estate transactions and due diligence relating to development properties.
In addition to his regular involvement with the Urban Land Institute, the Northeast Florida Builders Association, and other organizations, Tom has worked with the city of Jacksonville to advocate for the maintenance and expansion of public access to Jacksonville’s beaches, the St. Johns River, and its tributaries.
- J.D., Florida State University College of Law, 1998, magna cum laude, Environmental Law Society, Vice President
- B.S., Florida State University, Political Science, 1993, Florida Academic Scholar
Bar Admissions : Florida
Professional Experience :
- Office of Governor Lawton Chiles and Lt. Governor Buddy MacKay, Florida, Aide, 1993-1995
- Urban Land Institute (ULI), North Florida District Council, Chair, 2015-17; Programs Committee Chairman, 2013; Management Committee, 2013-Present
- Northeast Florida Builders’ Association, Government Affairs Committee, 2009-Present
- Florida Water Star Technical Advisory Committee, Member, 2012-2016
- Florida Planning and Zoning Association, First Coast Chapter, President, 2006-2007
- Florida Open Beaches Foundation, Inc., Past Director and Past Counsel
- Jacksonville Bar Association, Land Use and Environmental Section, Past Chairman
- The Florida Bar, Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Section, Member; Environmental and Land Use Law Section, Member
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