The Law Offices of Barry R. Crimmins, P.C., with legal services that include Real Estate Law and Land Use Permitting, as well as Estate Planning, Estate Administration, and Elder Law, recently worked with a Burger King independent developer and franchisee, representing them before the Town of Stoughton as they developed and built a new restaurant location in Stoughton. The new location (Restaurant #23973) opened late this summer at 299 Washington Street (Route 138).
Attorney Crimmins, a Stoughton resident, represented the Burger King franchisee throughout the process. The project was initially approved by the Zoning Board of Appeals in March 2016 and by the Planning Board in August 2016. The Stoughton Board of Selectmen voted to give the restaurant a Common Victualler's license in July 2017, pending their ability to obtain all the required permits and licenses, which they successfully did. The restaurant, which opened ahead of schedule, offers 68 seats for diners as well as a drive-through window.
"New developments take time to be realized, so it's always exciting when a project like this finally results in a grand opening," said Crimmins. "We are grateful for the good working relationship we had throughout the permitting process with representatives from the Town of Stoughton, and are glad to have had the opportunity to work with the developer and franchisee," he added.
About the Law Offices of Barry R. Crimmins, P.C.
The Law Offices of Barry R. Crimmins, P.C., focuses exclusively in the areas of Real Estate Law, with an emphasis on land use planning and development and municipal permitting, as well as Estate Planning, Estate Administration, and Elder Law and Medicaid Planning. Attorney Crimmins, who recently celebrated his 30th anniversary as a member of the Massachusetts bar, is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association (MBA), the Plymouth County Bar Association, the Bar Association of Norfolk County, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and the Massachusetts Real Estate Bar Association (REBA). He was also recently appointed as a member of the MBA's Real Estate Law Section Council by incoming MBA President Christopher P. Sullivan. He is also an elected member of the Stoughton Housing Authority, and serves as its member to the Stoughton Community Preservation Committee.
The firm maintains offices in Stoughton, Falmouth, and Hyannis, Massachusetts. For more information, please call 781-344-2886 or visit www.brc-law.com.