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Walk with the dreamers, the believers, the  courageous, the cheerful, the planners, the doers, the successful people with their heads in the  clouds and their feet on the ground. Walk with  those who have ideals, with zest to help and lift,  to create and contribute. Let their spirit ignite a  fire within you to leave this world better than  when you found it. -American Author, Wilferd A. Peterson

André J. Gingles

At Gingles, LLC, we believe knowledge and  creativity are the best way to approach  complex development issues. For more than  twenty years, André Gingles has served as lead Land Use and Zoning Counsel on development  projects encompassing Town Centers, Retail/  Entertainment Destinations, and Retail  Centers, primarily in the Baltimore-Washington  area.  Mr. Gingles has worked on a variety of  land development-government transactions,  including special zoning legislation, sale and  disposition of property, and complex zoning  and land development approvals. He has  served as Legislative and Strategic Counsel on  public financing issues for various projects.  Our clients/projects include:   Peterson Companies, developers of National  Harbor in southern Prince George’s County,  encompassing over 10 million square feet of  retail, dining, entertainment, office, hospitality  and residential uses;
Peterson Companies/Tanger Outlets on its  240,000 square foot, $100 million shopping  center; Calvin Cafritz Enterprises on Riverdale Park  Station, a 37-acre major mixed-use retail  destination anchored by Prince George’s  County’s first Whole Foods Market;  The Gould Family, developers of Konterra  Business Campus, Konterra at Sweitzer Lane,  and Konterra Town Center, which includes 12  million square feet of retail, dining,  entertainment, office, hospitality and residential  uses; and The Berman Family, developers of Carrollton  Station, including the new Maryland Department  of Housing & Community Development  Headquarters, dwelling units, ground floor retail,  and a hotel. 
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ABOUT

Be Extraordinary

Walk with the dreamers, the  believers, the courageous, the  cheerful, the planners, the  doers, the successful people  with their heads in the clouds  and their feet on the ground.  Walk with those who have  ideals, with zest to help and  lift, to create and contribute.  Let their spirit ignite a fire  within you to leave this world  better than when you found it. -American Author, Wilferd A. Peterson

André J. Gingles

At Gingles, LLC, we believe knowledge and creativity are the best way to approach complex  development issues. For more than twenty years,  André Gingles has served as lead Land Use and  Zoning Counsel on development projects  encompassing Town Centers, Retail/ Entertainment  Destinations, and Retail Centers, primarily in the  Baltimore-Washington area.  Mr. Gingles has  worked on a variety of land development-  government transactions, including special zoning  legislation, sale and disposition of property, and  complex zoning and land development approvals.  He has served as Legislative and Strategic Counsel  on public financing issues for various projects. Our clients/projects include: Peterson Companies, developers of National  Harbor in southern Prince George’s County,  encompassing over 10 million square feet of retail,  dining, entertainment, office, hospitality and  residential uses;
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Mr. Gingles has also represented: The Peterson Companies/Tanger Outlets  venture on its 240,000 square foot, $100 million  shopping center located a mile from National  Harbor; Calvin Cafritz Enterprises on Riverdale Park  Station, a 37 acre major mixed-use retail  destination that will be anchored by Prince  George’s County’s first Whole Foods Market; Gaylord Entertainment on its 2000 room  Gaylord National Hotel and Convention Center  at National Harbor; The Gould Family, developers of Konterra  Business Campus, Konterra at Sweitzer Lane,  and Konterra Town Center, which includes 12  million square feet of retail, dining,  entertainment, office, hospitality and residential uses; and The Berman Family, developers of Carrollton  Station, which includes construction of over 1.5  Million square feet of office, including the new  Maryland Department of Housing & Community  Development Headquarters, dwelling units,  ground floor retail, and a hotel. 
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