Entries by Winne Banta

Super Lawyers 2020

Winne Banta is proud to congratulate our five attorneys who have been selected for inclusion in the 2020 edition of New Jersey Super Lawyers, published by Thomson Reuters, which will be featured in New Jersey Monthly magazine.  They are: – Peter J. Bakarich, Jr. – Estate Planning & Probate, Tax, Employee Benefits – Selected every […]

Bergen County’s Top Lawyers 2019

We are proud that 21 Winne Banta attorneys were listed in Bergen Magazine’s “Bergen County’s To Lawyers 2019” in 13 areas of the law, including: – Appellate Law – Gary Redish – Aviation – Carolyn Geraci Frome – Banking & Financial – Joseph Basralian, Thomas Cangialosi, Richard Kahn – Business Law – Robert Kleeblatt, Gary […]

Anderson Street

In September, of this year, Winne Banta represented Alkova in its application for a six-story, 222-unit building on Anderson Street in Hackensack, adjacent to the train station.  The building will include 3,500 square feet of retail space, on-site parking, a pool and other amenities.  The 1.46-acre project was assembled from four separate property owners.  

Hackensack University Medical Center

Winne Banta represented Hackensack University Medical Center in its application to the City of Hackensack Planning Board for Preliminary and Final Site Plan approval with respect to the demolition/razing of existing buildings and the construction of a building addition along the easterly portion of the existing hospital building.  The 530,000 square foot building addition will […]

430 Main Street Site Plan Application

Joseph Basralian represented 18 Hackensack LLC in connection with its site plan application for 430 Main Street, which was approved by the City of Hackensack Planning Board.  The existing building was demolished, and will be replaced by a six-story, mixed-use building that will include ground floor retail space and 40 residential units, with workshare space […]

Eighth Building Bergen Program Examined How Adaptive Re-Use is Changing the Face of Bergen County

The latest Building Bergen program, “How Adaptive Re-Use is Creating Substantial Value for the County,” held on October 16, addressed how the face of commercial real estate is changing throughout Bergen County by finding new uses for old buildings. Builders, developers, planners, architects and municipal and county officials are taking existing structures and adapting them […]