Representation for mixed-use 389 North in Orlando (Weintraub)
Representation for the 540-unit Collegiate Village (Greystar Real Estate)
Rebecca Wilson is Chair of Lowndes Land Use, Zoning and Environmental Group in Orlando. She represents property owners, developers, lenders and other development participants with issues related to zoning, comprehensive plans, concurrency, administrative law, Developments of Regional Impact (DRI’s), procurement issues, due diligence and property rights.
Her focus is on clients who develop high-rise, hotels, planned communities, large “power-centers,” mixed-use projects, office buildings and big box commercial projects, historic districts, multifamily developments, senior living and affordable housing.
Notable experiences include representation for 389 North (a mixed-use tower in downtown Orlando developed by Weintraub Companies) and the 540-unit Collegiate Village developed by Greystar Real Estate Partners.
Wilson serves as Governance Chair with the Urban Land Institute of Central Florida. She is also active with the “Housing For All” Tax Force, City of Winter Park, Visioning Steering Committee and the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce.
She’s been recognized by Best Lawyers in America, Florida Super Lawyers and Legal 500 United States. Wilson has also been honored with the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce’s Community Leader Award and has been included in the 40 under 40 lists in Orlando Business Journal and Florida Real Estate Magazine.
These are some of the reasons why we are honoring Rebecca Wilson with Connect CRE’s 2022 Florida Lawyers in Real Estate Award. The award celebrates real estate attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their practice and the larger community.
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