Zoning and Land Use Planning

Eligibility of Residential Developments for IDA Benefits

, New York Law Journal

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In his Zoning and Land Use Planning column, Anthony Guardino discusses 'Matter of Ryan,' which upheld what has long been understood to be the rule: Residential developments are eligible to receive industrial development agency benefits.

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  • David Lacher [david@lacherlaw.com]

    This piece does not distinguish between rental projects and condominium projects which, at least in Westchester County, have long been thought not to be IDA-eligible, even when rental apartment building projects have qualified for years.

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