Capalino Welcomes Azmi Zahed-Atkins to Real Estate Team

 

Capalino is excited to welcome Azmi Zahed-Atkins, a licensed architect, to our Real Estate team. She has over two decades of extensive experience in both the public and private sectors. She comes to Capalino from the NYC Department of Buildings, where she served as the Deputy Borough Commissioner in the Bronx as well as a Code & Zoning Specialist in Manhattan. Utilizing her technical knowledge, expertise, and her familiarity with the inner workings of City agencies, Azmi will assist our clients to secure licenses and approvals, resolve problems, and manage complex relationships with government.

At the Department of Buildings, Azmi was responsible for performing complex Building Code and Zoning reviews, and she played a pivotal role in quickly resolving complicated, time-sensitive, technical matters for applications, audits, complaints, permits, inspections, and Certificates of Occupancy. Azmi earned her Master of Architecture (M.Arch) from University at Buffalo. She is also on the member of organizations such as the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) and the International Code Council (ICC).

Capalino has been the go-to strategy firm for real estate development for over 30 years and is a leader in urban real estate investment, development, permitting and entitlements. Our team has handled some of the biggest and most complicated projects in New York, including Hudson Yards, The High Line, Chelsea Market, TSX, The Frick Collection, Greenwich Lane, Industry City, Kingsbridge Armory, Flushing West, and Tangram.

Interested in connecting with Azmi and learning how we can help you get things done in New York? Contact Azmi at azmi@nullcapalino.com.

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