Stamford’s largest developer BLT to convert its HQ — former Pitney Bowes building — into 256 apartments

"Converting office space to residential homes, particularly outside the central business district, is a fantastic way to combat the housing crisis and reduce office vacancy," - Carmody Land Use partner Lisa Feinberg represents Building and Land Technology (BLT) on conversion of HQ to apartments. Stamford's largest developer to convert its HQ into
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Carmody Litigators named New Leaders in the Law 2023

Carmody litigators Damian Gunningsmith, Makana Ellis and Doug Balko are recognized by Connecticut Law Tribune and American Lawyer Media International as New Leaders in the Law 2023 in the inaugural New England Legal Awards.

He returned to his family’s lot. A $1.4M home was being built there.

Peter Nolin is mentioned in this Washington Post article regarding his client filing a lawsuit that someone fraudulently sold his Connecticut property to build a house. Lawsuit: $1.4M Connecticut home was built on fraudulently sold lot - The Washington Post