Our Clients

Following is a list of clients whom we have represented in litigation or labor relations matters and/or to whom we have provided business, real estate or Brownfield consulting services:

Litigation Top of Page

  • Related Properties, Inc.
  • Mavis Tire Supply Co.
  • Exxon Company, USA
  • Mobil Oil Corporation
  • Home Depot, USA
  • George A. Fuller company, Inc.
  • 21 Group, LLC
  • Platinum Pleasures of NY, Inc.
  • Westchester Mall Partners, LP

Labor Relations Top of Page

  • New York State Federation of Police
  • Retired Police Officers of the City of White Plains
  • United Federation of Police Officers
  • United Federation of Special Police and Security Officers
  • SCE Group, Inc.
  • Etre Associates, Inc.
  • ELQ Enterprises, Inc.

Business Consulting and Governmental Relations Top of Page

Energy & Power

  • Mirant, Inc. (formerly Southern Energy)
  • PPL Global, LLC


  • General Motors
  • Parson's Transportation Group
  • The Association of New York City Concrete Producers, Inc.

Health Care and Biotechnology

  • Academic Medical Development Corporation (AMDEC)
  • Continuum Health Partners (Beth Israel Medical Center)
  • Care Plus Health Plan
  • Greater New York Healthcare Facilities Association
  • Greater New York Hospital Association
  • Greater New York Hospital Association Ventures, Inc.
  • HIMCO, Inc., manager of the HANYS Insurance Company
  • Pinnacle Healthcare, Inc.
  • Alliance Networks, Inc.
  • Healthcare, Inc.
  • Westchester County Health Care Corporation
  • New York Presbyterian Hospital
  • Shine Medical Technologies, Inc.

Consumer Products

  • Dan Gordan, Inc.
  • The Coca-Cola Bottling Company of New York
  • Lorillard Tobacco Co.
  • UST Public Affairs

Real Estate and Commercial Development

  • New York Jets
  • Insignia, ESG
  • Niagara Falls Development Corporation
  • National Resources, Inc.
  • The Summit at Westchester
  • Bloomingdales, White Plains
  • The Centre at Purchase


  • Honorable Jeanine F. Pirro
  • Comprehensive Computer Resources, Inc.
  • DeLeuw, Cather & Co.
  • Primedia, Inc.
  • Development Concepts, Inc.
  • Zachy's Wine & Liquor Store, Inc.

Former Special Project Clients

  • Basketball City USA
  • The Cable Television Association of New York, Inc.
  • The Consulate-General of Japan
  • Daxor Corporation
  • International Model Management Association
  • Metrocare Ambulance Service
  • New York Methodist Hospital
  • New York State Association of Counties
  • Oxygenated Fuels Association
  • Powerhouse Technologies, Inc.
  • St. Mary's Hospital for Children
  • Taj Mahal Associates
  • Trump Castle Associates
  • Trump Plaza Associate
  • Unified Technologies

Real Estate Development Top of Page

Office, Retail and Commercial Development

Various projects described below incorporated the creation of either a traffic impact area or a traffic improvement area in order to fund needed roadway improvements.

  • Related Properties regarding the development of Bronx Terminal Market as consultant for Brownfield Cleanup Program.
  • Forest City Ratner as consultant for transportation infrastructure improvements for the Ridge Hill Development in Yonkers, New York.
  • Cappelli Enterprises as Brownfield consultant for development of the Concord Hotel.
  • Keren Limited Partnership located in the Town of Greenburgh in relation to all necessary approvals in connection with various tenants as well as the development of a master plan with associated generic site plans for the property.
  • Home Depot USA, Inc. with regard to a proposed retail store in the Town of Greenburgh.
  • Home Depot USA, Inc., in relation to site plan approval and environmental review for the construction of a facility in the Town of Mount Pleasant and the City of Port Chester.
  • The Westchester, White Plains, New York, a 1,500,000 square foot enclosed mall connecting the Neiman Marcus store, the former B. Altman store and the former Minskoff property in the City of White Plains including an expansion of existing facilities to include Nordstrom's department store (The Westchester f/k/a the Fashion Mall).
  • Bloomingdales and Federated Department Stores expansion in White Plains, New York.
  • Travelers Insurance Company regarding the approval of a corporate headquarters facility in the Town of North Castle, New York.
  • Ferncliff Cemetery expansion in Greenburgh, New York.
  • The Summit, presently owed by S.L. Green, regarding the development of over one million (1,000,000) square feet of office development.
  • Trafalgar Real Estate
  • The Centre at Purchase regarding all environmental and land use approvals for a 1,500,000 square foot office complex built by Related Properties.
  • Yonkers Contracting and Hampshire Management Corporation regarding land use approvals for shopping centers.
  • National Amusements, Inc. for the land use approvals for cinemas in the Town of Mount Pleasant and Yonkers, New York.
  • Marriott Courtyard for the land use approvals for facilities in Greenburgh, New York and Rye, New York.
  • A concrete plant in Buchanan, New York.
  • An asphalt plant in Peekskill, New York.
  • A 244,000 square foot light industrial park in Buchanan, New York.
  • The Price Club in New Rochelle, New York regarding the approvals for a specialty store.
  • Purchase Corporate Park Associates VI regarding the final development phase of the Centre at Purchase in Purchase, New York.
  • Best Rent Properties 202, LLC regarding the site development of Costco Wholesale Facility in the Town of Yorktown.
  • Pirro Group, LLC's acquisition and development of a Dollar General store in Brunswick, Georgia.

Residential Development

  • Cappelli Associates V regarding development of a 28 unit single family home development in Mount Pleasant.
  • The representation of The Trump Organization regarding the development of David's Island in New Rochelle, New York.
  • Associated representation of The Trump Organization regarding the financing and municipal approvals for the Two Billion Dollar Riverside South project on the westside of Manhattan.
  • Park Lane Development, a three-hundred and six (306) unit clustered subdivision with lots ranging in size from one (1) acre to six (6) acres in Harrison, New York.
  • Crestwood Builders, LLC regarding the design and development of a 43,000 square foot apartment complex in Tuckahoe, New York, together with an application for Brownfield Tax Credits.
  • A two hundred forty-four (244) acre project in the Town of Lewisboro which incorporates three (3) developments.
  • A one-hundred eighty two (182) unit condominium development in the City of White Plains, New York.
  • A mixed-use building in the City of White Plains.
  • The adaptive re-use of the former Battle Hill School in the City of White Plains for a one-hundred seventy two (172) unit condominium development.
  • Special permit and site plan approval necessary for a ninety (90) unit condominium development in the Village of Mamaroneck.
  • Subdivision and site plan approval for a one (1) acre cluster community for sixty-two (62) units in the Town of Ossining.
  • A fifty-two (52) unit condominium development in the Village of Mamaroneck.
  • Pheasant Ridge, a twenty-three (23) unit clustered subdivision together with the use of Town Law Section 280A (open development area) in the Town of Harrison.
  • The Landing, a one hundred forty (140) unit cluster development in Dobbs Ferry which features a transfer of development rights from riparian lands located beneath the Hudson River.
  • A sixteen (16) acre and a sixty-five (65) acre subdivision in the Town of Harrison.
  • A six (6) acre and a seventy-six (76) acre subdivision in the Town of Cortlandt.
  • A twenty-seven (27) single family residential subdivision in the Village of Buchanan.
  • A fifteen (15) home subdivision in White Plains.
  • A seventy-two (72) unit waterfront development in Peekskill.
  • Proposal for six hundred (600) units in Rhinebeck.
  • The Halpern Organization, proposal for one thousand two hundred (1,200) units in North Tarrytown.
  • Town estate zoning and forty-five (45) unit subdivision application in the Village of Ossining including historic restoration of a historical building (Havell House).
  • A one hundred forty (140) unit residential rental project in White Plains.
  • Blue Mountain Estates, Woodside Manor and Washington Ridge subdivisions all in Cortlandt, New York.
  • Trafalgar, proposal for four hundred sixty (460) units in Port Chester, New York.
  • Pirro Group, two hundred fifty-one (251) units in Wallkill, New York.
  • Simone Development and Pirro Group, thirteen (13) estate lots in Purchase, New York.
  • Best Rent Properties 202, LLC regarding the site development of a Costco Wholesale Facility in the Town of Yorktown.

Industrial Development

  • Airport Parking Associates: This project constituted a major public/private enterprise whereby a parking garage for the use of patrons at the Westchester County Airport was constructed by a private, single purpose entity on land owned by the County of Westchester. The construction financing was obtained through conventional financing and the permanent loan was obtained through the Westchester County Industrial Development Agency and the issuance of IDB's.
  • Grasslands Parking Associates: Similar to the structure of the airport parking garage, this single purpose entity worked in partnership with the County of Westchester to construct and operate a parking facility at the Westchester County Medical Center. While the project is located on property owned by the County, the Facility itself is owned by the developer with the profits being shared with the County. This project was financed completely with private, conventional financing.
  • The Travelers' Group: Working through the Westchester County Industrial Development Agency ("WCIDA") Albert J. Pirro, Jr. negotiated an incentive package that included: sales tax exemption, a Payment in Lieu of Tax Agreement and substantial utility cost savings for The Travelers' in connection with construction of a $10 million Executive Conference Center in North Castle. Additionally, we obtained all land use approvals and zoning changes required by the project.
  • ITT Corporation: In connection with the ITT Corporation relocating its headquarters to Harrison, New York, Albert J. Pirro, Jr. represented the company before the Westchester County Industrial Development Agency and negotiated sales tax exemption, PILOT agreement and a 25% reduction in power utility costs through a new Con Edison/Westchester County Public Utility Service Agency Business Incentive Rate Program. ITT invested $4.5 million in the renovation and improvement of a leased 50,000 sq. foot office building on Red Oak Lane in the Town of Harrison.
  • Fashion Mall Partners: Albert J. Pirro, Jr. represented the O'Connor Group in the structuring of corporate financing for construction of The Westchester shopping mall in White Plains using the Westchester County Industrial Development Agency. Taxable bond financing of $159,000,000 was obtained through the issuance of industrial development bonds ("IDBs"). At completion, this was a $250,000,000 project--at that time, the largest of its kind in Westchester.
  • Ciba Geigy: This major corporation threatened to move out of Westchester when it outgrew its existing campus facility in Ardsley. Working together with NYS and County officials, this firm helped negotiate a retention package of benefits that led the company to relocate to Tarrytown. Albert J. Pirro, Jr. provided representation before local governments and state agencies and was successful in obtaining tax benefits from the WCIDA as an incentive for the company to remain in Westchester County.
  • Proposed David's Island Development: Albert J. Pirro, Jr. represented The Trump Organization regarding the proposed development of David's Island. Among other proposals considered in connection with the project which the Firm was instrumental in formulating, was the establishment of a Public Authority pursuant to special legislation by which substantial infrastructure improvements on the Island could be financed through the issuance of tax-exempt bonds, with associated credit-enhancement facilities and associated facilities.

Brownfield Remediation Top of Page

  • Crestwood Builders, LLC, Tuckahoe, New York - Legal consultant to Brownfield Cleanup Project for 43 unit residential development.
  • Related Properties -- Environmental Consultant for Brownfield Cleanup Program at Bronx Terminal Market.
  • LC Main, LLC, White Plains, NY -- Managed client's participation in NYSDEC Brownfield Cleanup Program (BCP) from application through Certificate of Completion (December 2006) including successful expansion of site boundary and eligible tax credits.
  • Concord Associates, L.P., Kiamesha Lake, NY -- Managing the client's participation in BCP from application acceptance to subsequent expansion of site boundary through remediation and issuance of tax credits.
  • One Point Street L.L.C., Yonkers, NY -- Transitioned client from NYSDEC Voluntary Cleanup Program into BCP with an estimated cleanup cost of $24M and potential tax credits over $50M.
  • SFC Partners, L.L.C., Yonkers, NY -- Guided client's successful application for inclusion in BCP for this $2.3B project.
  • Austin Ave LDC, Yonkers, NY -- After obtaining approval for inclusion in NYSDEC Voluntary Cleanup Program, transitioned client into BCP.