Rich May, P.C.’s real estate attorneys represent developer and property owner clients in all aspects of and use and environmental law, from zoning and permitting to environmental remediation, AULs and covenants not-to-sue, and at all levels, from local zoning and conservation bodies, through administrative and court appeals.

Our experience includes zoning and wetlands permitting representation for the development and redevelopment of retail, office and industrial properties, as well as zoning relief for expansions and changes to existing commercial and residential properties.

We have negotiated AUL agreements and covenants not-to-sue for industrial properties, and regularly assist our clients with environmental compliance issues.

  • Negotiated Sale of 61A Agricultural Property in Lexington, Massachusetts to the Town of Lexington.
  • Negotiated Environmental Contamination settlement with the Mass. Attorney General’s Office and Department of Environmental Protection.
  • Rezoning and Development of New Full Service Inn and Restaurant property in Suburban Boston.
  • Negotiated Covenant Not to Sue for industrial manufacturing facility where only a temporary solution was feasible and implemented (Class C-1 RAO).
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James M. Behnke

Of Counsel

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Erica P. Bigelow

Of Counsel

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James B. Heffernan

Shareholder; Commercial Real Estate Co-Chair

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Danielle Justo

Shareholder; Commercial Real Estate Co-Chair

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Howard L. Levin

Of Counsel

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Anthony McGuinness


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Yana Zheng