Antimo “Andy” Del Vecchio is a member and co-chairs Beattie Padovano’s Land Use and Environmental Group. He is involved in all areas of planning, redevelopment, and zoning law as well as real estate tax appeals. Mr. Del Vecchio represents corporate, commercial, retail, industrial, mixed use, and residential clients in obtaining land use and environmental permits and approvals from municipal governing bodies and planning and zoning boards. Passionate, results-oriented, and known for his client-centric approach, Mr. Del Vecchio has earned a reputation among his clients as a lawyer who is available to them 24/7 and who is completely committed to their success. Mr. Del Vecchio has secured permits and land use approvals for both big and small projects in New Jersey and New York.
Deeply committed to staying current and educating others about new developments in the law, Mr. Del Vecchio has been an instructor at the Bergen County Bar Association’s Annual Land Use Committee as well as a member of the New Jersey Planning Officials Association. He is a frequent featured speaker and panelist at various Continuing Legal Education programs, and is a past Director of the Land Use section of the New Jersey State Bar.
In addition, Mr. Del Vecchio publishes an annual newsletter to demystify the real estate tax appeal process for his existing and potential clients. Mr. Del Vecchio regularly represents property owners before county tax boards and the New Jersey Tax Court. Mr. Del Vecchio has successfully obtained by negotiation and tried millions of dollars in refunds on behalf of his corporate, commercial, industrial, and residential clients.
Mr. Del Vecchio is currently Counsel to the Greater Montvale Business Association and serves on the Board of Advisors of St. Joseph Regional High School. He is also a member of the Bergen County 200 Club. During the course of his career, has also served on numerous committees for various charitable organizations and continues to stay involved, always looking to make a difference.
- Funeral Home Management v. Basralian, 319 N.J. Super. 200 (App. Div. 1999)
- McCrea v. Upper Saddle River Board of Ed., 96 N.J.A.R. 2d. (EDU) 817 (1995)