Noah Klein advises private and public sector clients on land use, real estate, and environmental law matters. A former local government attorney, Noah is keenly aware of the issues commercial developers encounter throughout the development review and permitting process. He regularly advances his clients’ primary objectives in negotiations with development agencies, cultivating projects in which all stakeholders feel their interests have been well represented. Noah also advocates for his clients before boards of supervisors, planning commissions, boards of zoning appeals, and land use advisory groups.
Noah's clients include developers, charitable foundations, commercial and residential condo associations, homebuilders, federal and local entities, commercial and industrial developers, religious institutions, and homeowners. He has ample experience navigating entitlement processes through a multitiered approach, which involves developing overall project goals and milestones, resolving legal hurdles, fine-tuning engineering details, coordinating at the local staff level, and crafting political and outside communications strategies.