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Bryan Landgraf is an attorney in the Real Estate Transactions and Land Use Sections of Trainor Fairbrook. Mr. Landgraf’s practice focuses on commercial real estate matters including the acquisition and disposition of real property, leasing and financing as well as development, easement and title matters. He has represented real estate investors and developers ranging from family-owned businesses to publicly traded companies (Fortune 500 homebuilders).
Mr. Landgraf’s land use and development expertise also extends to CEQA, NEPA, ESA, the Clean Water Act (including Sections 401 and 404), as well as zoning, planning and land subdivision laws and regulations. He provides assistance to commercial developers, residential developers of master-planned communities and industrial developers in the land development, entitlement, and environmental review and natural resources permitting processes. Mr. Landgraf has extensive experience in natural resource management including the entitlement and regulation of mitigation and conservation banks as well as various regional Habitat Conservation Plans. Through natural resource management, he helps create value and opportunities to strengthen partnerships between private developers and state and federal regulatory agencies (USACOE, USFWS, CDFW, and RWQCB).
Mr. Landgraf manages and counsels the processing of land use entitlements, including requests for annexation, general plan amendments, specific plans, rezoning applications, use permits, development agreements, subdivisions and other approvals. Mr. Landgraf also advises purchasers, developers, investors, and lenders regarding existing entitlements on real property, identifying potential land use issues, and developing a strategy for obtaining entitlements if existing entitlements are insufficient or outdated.
- J.D. University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, 2009
- B.A. Boston College, 2005