Penny King represents clients in New York City land use and zoning matters.
Clients trust Penny’s advice in connection with analyzing the development potential of sites, negotiating development rights transfers, and obtaining land use approvals, including rezonings and special permits.
Chambers and Partners named Penny an “Associate to Watch” in the Real Estate section.
Prior to law school, Penny was an advisor to the New York City Deputy Mayor for Economic Development.
Client memorandum |SoHo/NoHo Rezoning Approved⟶
Client memorandum |Newly Adopted Requirements and Opportunities for Development near Subway and Rail Stations⟶
Client memorandum |Proposed Easement Requirements for Development near Subway and Rail Stations⟶
Client memorandum |UPDATE: Proposed Gowanus and SoHo/NoHo Neighborhood Rezonings Proceeding through Public Review⟶
Client memorandum |Proposed Rezoning Would Modernize Zoning Regulations and Increase Density in the SoHo/NoHo Neighborhoods⟶
Client memorandum |New Signage is Required in Privately Owned Public Spaces⟶