We Help Developers & Communities in Arizona Create Responsible & Sustainable Developments Our Expertise:
Land Use Law
Comprehensive and General Plans
Lazarus & Silvyn, P.C. has the right relationships, the respect of land planning professionals and a track record for success.
Lazarus & Silvyn, P.C. is a land use law firm that helps clients create responsible development throughout the State of Arizona, with a primary focus on Phoenix and Tucson metropolitan areas. Our partners have practiced land use and rezoning law in Arizona since the 1970s, and today L&S is the only zoning and land use firm serving multiple geographical areas throughout the entire state.
The firm has been a driving force in creating appropriate, well-planned development including downtown high-rise office buildings, luxury condominiums and work-force housing, urban in-fill redevelopment, planned residential communities, student housing, light industrial buildings, community centers, resorts, golf courses, recreational facilities and Native American community properties. The firm represents both public- and private-sector clients in numerous sectors, including education, energy, healthcare, historic preservation, life sciences, mining and utilities.
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Larry was recognized as one of Arizona’s “Top Five Attorneys to Know in Commercial Real Estate.” His 4-decade expertise and community impact are game-changers.
Larry Lazarus, a key figure in shaping Phoenix’s growth and development, has a deep connection to the city.
We’re thrilled to announce that our very own Keri is featured in the latest issue of BizTucson! This special edition highlights women in leadership within our region, and Keri’s story can be found on page 124. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to BizTucson for creating such an incredible feature, shining a spotlight on the inspiring […]
Lazarus & Silvyn has been honored with a Star of Fame Award for being a 2023 Community Builder in Tucson, Arizona. Our team’s focus and ethic is to respectively engage, listen, help other stakeholders hear the concerns of perceived adversaries and find the common ground to move projects forward through what is usually a very […]