Featured Case Studies

Hinckley Allen Guides Major Urban Mixed-Use Redevelopment: Arsenal Yards

Hinckley Allen provided strategic counsel to Boylston Properties and The Wilder Companies, who recently secured the equity funding and construction loan necessary to begin construction of New England’s premier urban mixed-use redevelopment project. Arsen…

Miss Porter’s School – Master Plan of Development

Miss Porter’s School is a secondary school in Farmington, Connecticut founded in 1843, with a mission of educating young women to shape the world in which they live.The firm has worked collaboratively with the Town’s Historic District Commission, Inlan…

Hoffman Auto Mall- Zoning Regulations

The Hoffman Group of auto dealerships is one of the oldest and largest in the state and has been involved in frequent modernization and growth of its business over the years. The East Hartford, CT dealership, located on almost ten (10) acres, is home to fi…

West Hartford Housing Authority – Plant Low Income Housing Addition

In the 1980’s, the West Hartford Housing Authority, a quasi-public entity, converted the former Plant Junior High School to ninety-five (95) units of elderly housing.In 2008, we represented the Authority to expand the building to accommodate forty-two (4…

West Hartford Housing Authority – Market Rate and Work Force Housing

The West Hartford Housing Authority is a quasi-public entity whose mission is to create and preserve housing opportunities in the Greater West Hartford region and help residents to maintain their independence.This project involved applications for a zone c…

Historic, $5.3 million arbitration award against architect

Hinckley Allen attorneys, Timothy T. Corey and Peter J. Martin, recently obtained a $5.3 million arbitration award after 12 days of hearings on behalf of Stonington Water Street Associates, the developer of a Connecticut condominium complex, against the pr…