San Bernardino Office
550 E. Hospitality Lane, Suite 300
San Bernardino, CA 92408
Tel: (909) 890-4499
Fax: (909) 890-9877
- Land Use
- Real Estate
- J.D., University of Southern California Law Center, 1974
- B.A., University of California, Los Angeles, 1971
- California, 1974
MARK A. OSTOICH
Mark Ostoich represents a broad spectrum of regional, national, and multinational clients in matters involving real estate, land use, and economic development projects. His assignments typically involve challenging issues that demand a collaborative approach in order to achieve resolution. Over the years, Mr. Ostoich has represented a variety of project types, including regional malls, retail power centers, master planned residential projects, and regional transportation centers involving rail and truck transport.
Mr. Ostoich is known for his commitment to helping his clients achieve their goals by providing pragmatic strategies, including those of an economic nature. The strong relationships he has developed over the years with public and private decision makers provide an invaluable asset to his clients in balancing public and private interests in the achievement of goals.
Mr. Ostoich is President and Chief Executive Officer of Gresham Savage, and under his stewardship, the firm has attracted and retained a strong and loyal client base. His commitment to delivering superior work product, exceeding client expectations through exceptional service, integrity, and results are the personal values that form Mr. Ostoich’s client relationships and his stewardship of the firm.
- San Bernardino County Bar Association
- Riverside County Bar Association
- American Bar Association
- The State Bar of California
- Mr. Ostoich has been legal counsel to a national retailer in the acquisition, entitlement and development of over 200 stores throughout California. Many of these projects have involved complex entitlement and California Environmental Quality Act strategies.
- Mr. Ostoich has been legal counsel to owners and developers of a number of logistics centers throughout Southern California exceeding 1 million square foot in size. These projects have involved complex environmental issues, including issues related to truck traffic and toxic air impacts of diesel exhaust.
- Mr. Ostoich has been legal counsel to a major interstate railway company in the acquisition, entitlement and development of several major transportation facilities throughout California. These projects have involved complex local, state and federal entitlement and environmental issues, including issues related to passenger car and truck traffic, toxic air impacts of diesel exhaust, endangered species, waters of the United States, wetlands, historical buildings, prehistoric Native American sites and agricultural preserves.
San Bernardino, CA
550 E. Hospitality Lane
San Bernardino, CA 92408
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