Arthur Huh is a planning and development specialist in Herrick's Land Use & Zoning Group, where he assists clients on all aspects of zoning and land use regulations.
Prior to joining Herrick, Arthur spent ten years working for the City of New York, including for the Department of City Planning, Manhattan and Queens Borough Offices, and for the Landmarks Preservation Commission, immersed in a range of planning, zoning and historic preservation issues. Arthur’s project experience with the City included the review and oversight of a broad range of public and private land use initiatives, contributions to policy recommendations for major land use projects, and outreach to affected Community Boards.
At the firm, Arthur guides clients through various phases of development, including zoning, land use, landmarks and Department of Buildings issues; and handles various applications to the New York City Department of City Planning, the Board of Standards and Appeals, and the Department of Buildings.
Arthur is entering his fourth and final year in the part-time J.D. program at Brooklyn Law School and is expected to earn the degree in May, 2018.