Tony Policastro wrote an article titled “How Gas Station and Convenience Stores Should Prepare in Advance of an Eminent Domain Taking”. His article was featured in the Fall 2018 issue of the Petrogram. Check it out here.
The Florida Department of Transportation has acquired all of the property for its I-95 at Atlantic Avenue interchange project in Delray Beach. Constitutionally required full compensation remains to be determined for some of our firm’s clients, with mediations scheduled in the upcoming months. This project is in a developed urban area, impacting commercial properties such as mixed retail and warehouse, convenience stores, and gas stations. The partial takings from our clients’ properties on this project have created complex valuation issues involving impacts to access,…
The Florida Transportation Commission held a meeting on January 8, 2018 to review the Department of Transportation’s Tentative Work Program for 2018/19 to 2022/2023. The Department’s proposed budget for the next five years includes $2.5 billion for right of way acquisition throughout the state.
Policastro Law Group’s extensive experience includes representing property owners and corporations, along with gas station and convenience store property and business owners throughout the State of Florida.
Policastro Law Group is a proud member of the Florida Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Store Association (FPMA) and will return as an exhibitor for the 2018 Sunshine Expo in Orlando.
Policastro Law Group is also a supporter of the Asian American Convenience Store Owners Association. This organization is a trade association representing c-store and gas station owners throughout Florida…
In the Tampa Bay region, the TBX project has evolved into a bigger project known as Tampa Bay Next. Tampa Bay Next is comprised of smaller projects which are designed to address interstate modernization, rapid transit, bicycle and pedestrian needs and create and improve mobility solutions to the Tampa Bay area. The planning and design for projects that include the Westshore area, portions of I-275 and I-4 are currently underway.