Steve Monk's practice is primarily devoted to the representation of developers in commercial development activities. Steve regularly represents clients in the annexation and zoning of properties for planned unit developments, traditional neighborhood developments and other mixed uses. Such representation includes preparation of development plans and criteria for zoning, preparation of restrictive covenants, establishment of homeowners’/property owners’ associations, and all legal documentation relating to the development and sale of real estate for those clients.
Listed in Chambers USA, Real Estate, 2003-2022 Listed in Alabama Super Lawyers, Real Estate, 2008-2013 Listed in The Best Lawyers in America® "Lawyer of the Year," Birmingham, Land Use and Zoning Law, 2019 Land Use and Zoning Law, 2019-2022 Real Estate, 2001-2022 Adjunct Professor, Real Estate Development and Finance, University of Alabama, 1998-2016 Adjunct Professor, Masters of Real Estate Development Program, Auburn University, 2010-2016 1,600-acre mixed-use development (single-family, golf, retail and office) in Jefferson County, Alabama. 1,600-acre proposed residential development in Shelby County, Alabama. 100-acre proposed mixed-use development in Jefferson County, Alabama which may consist of high density commercial and retail uses and single-family residential uses.] 2,500-acre residential and golf course development in Shelby County, Alabama. 300-acre mixed-use, traditional neighborhood development in Huntsville, Alabama, which includes residential, office and commercial development. 475-acre mixed-use, traditional neighborhood development in Shelby County, Alabama which includes residential, office and commercial development centered around a town center. 500-acre mixed-use development in Jefferson County, Alabama, which included residential, office and retail development. Daniel Senior Living of Inverness I, LLC - Advised Daniel Realty Company in the sale of substantially all of the assets of Daniel Senior Living of Inverness I, LLC Represented client in the disposition of land for the development of single family residential properties as part of a large existing residential development in Shelby County, Alabama.