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Gregory A. Riegle


McGuire Woods

Substantial experience representing a variety of clients

Authors articles about legal aspects of land use, data centers and zoning ordinaces

Gregory Riegle is a Managing Partner with McGuire Woods’ Tysons Corner, VA office. He practices real estate law with a concentration in land use, zoning and redevelopment matters.

Riegle has substantial experience representing major land developers, owners, companies, institutions, lenders and landlords. He works closely with clients to conduct feasibility analysis, analyze applicable development requirements, prepare necessary development-related applications, and present proposals in meetings and public hearings before decision-making boards and commissions.

The types of developments he has facilitated include office and industrial parks, shopping centers, regional shopping malls, hotels, restaurants, residential subdivisions, master planned communities, and elderly housing uses. Much of Riegle’s work is closely tied to the region’s existing and expanding rail transit corridors.

Riegle is the author of articles about land use, data centers and zoning ordinances, and other topics of interest. His community endeavors include chairman of Tysons Partnership, executive leadership positions with the Humane Rescue Alliance and appointment by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors to serve on the “Reston Master Plan Task Force.”

Best Lawyers named him “Lawyer of the Year,” Washington DC, Land Use and Zoning Law. He’s also been included in The Best Lawyers in America and Chambers USA American Leading Lawyers for Business, Real Estate, Zoning/Land Use, Northern Virginia. Riegle was also named as Super Lawyers’ Virginia Rising Stars, Real Estate.

These are some of the reasons why we are honoring Gregory Riegle with Connect CRE’s 2022 Washington DC 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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