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Moore & Van Allen PLLC

Helps clients negotiate regulatory environments involved with zoning and entitlements

Serves on ULI's Charlotte District Council and Women's Leadership Initiative

In her role as co-head of the Zoning, Entitlement, & Land Use team at Moore & Van Allen (MVA), Bridget Grant helps clients navigate various regulatory environments associated with entitlement and permitting processes. She guides some of the largest developers in the Southeast through multiple efforts, including rezoning activities, municipal approvals, land use ordinance and planning projects, and transportation and master planning matters. She is a crucial advisor on approach, outreach, stakeholder, and elected official engagement.

Before joining MVA, Bridget was a planning coordinator for the City of Charlotte, North Carolina. In this position, she provided technical and design guidance on complex development projects, policy implementation and community planning.

Grant is an active member of ULI, serving on the ULI Charlotte District Council, ULI Women’s Leadership Initiative, as a local ULI mentor and a former member of the national ULI Urban Development Mixed Use Product Council. She is also a member of NAIOP. Beyond her industry initiatives, Grant is a devoted mom, community partner and church volunteer.

These are just a few reasons we chose Bridget Grant as one of the Atlanta & Southeast Connect CRE 2023 Women in Real Estate Award winners. Connect CRE’s Women in Real Estate Awards honor the achievements and inspirational stories of women who have reached respected leadership positions and play key mentorship roles for others.


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Moore & Van Allen's Bridget Grant

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