John B. Egnatios-Beene is a member of Stroock’s Real Estate group. His practice focuses on real estate development with an emphasis on land use, zoning and related environmental issues.
Prior to joining Stroock, Mr. Egnatios-Beene was General Counsel of the New York City Board of Standards and Appeals. In that capacity, Mr. Egnatios-Beene provided advice to the Commissioners of the Board concerning the New York City Zoning Resolution, the New York City Building Code, the New York State Multiple Dwelling Law, and general administrative law matters. He also spent several years as in-house counsel at the New York City Department of Buildings.
- Member, Zoning and Design Committee, Real Estate Board of New York, 2015-present
- Member, Land Use Zoning & Planning Committee, New York City Bar Association, 2016–present;
- Member, Housing and Urban Development Committee, 2015–2016
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J.D., Case Western Reserve University School of Law, 2005
B.S., University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, 2002
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"City Planning Commission Approves East Midtown Subdistrict"
June 15, 2017|Stroock Special Bulletin
- "Mandatory Inclusionary Housing: Implications of 421-a and Vested Rights"March 30, 2016|Law360
- "Mandatory Inclusionary Housing: Implications of 421-a and Vested Rights"March 23, 2016
- "Weisbrod Discusses the de Blasio Administration’s Affordable Housing Program: Now in Its “Toddler” Stage"September 15, 2015|Stroock Special Bulletin
- "Mandatory Inclusionary Housing: Implications of 421-a and Vested Rights"