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Press Release provided by Christopher Hopkins on April 3, 2011
LawyerCentral.com, April 3, 2011 — NEW JERSEY — Municipal officials from five New Jersey cities are participating in training this week aimed at turning vacant properties into new housing opportunities. The New Jersey cities -- Newark, Jersey City, Orange, Irvington, and Millville -- were selected due to their prior commitment to neighborhood revitalization strategies. The training is designed to foster the collaboration of governmental and non-profit leaders from around the country in developing and implementing strategies to make productive reuse and revitalization happen. The benefits from such redevelopment for New Jersey’s cities are increased property tax revenue, lower crime, and a more vibrant economy.
The Law Office of Christopher D. Hopkins LLC has substantial experience in the redevelopment and revitalization of abandoned, underutilized properties and is available to assist individual in these matters. For more information please contact real estate lawyer Christopher D. Hopkins, Esq. at (908)-322-6121 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Law Office of Christopher D. Hopkins, LLC is a boutique law firm located in Scotch Plains, New Jersey committed to providing the highest quality of legal services in the select areas of real estate, land use and environmental law. The firm is committed to working collaboratively with clients to achieve practical, cost effective results in several areas including complex litigation, transactions, cleanups and/or development projects. The firm provides transactional and litigation counsel to a broad spectrum of clients including private and public corporations, trade associations, nonprofit institutions, banks, real estate investment trusts and individuals in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.
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