Mr. Gulotta is an Associate in the Real Estate Practice Group. He represents clients in a variety of real estate matters, including acquisitions and dispositions, foreclosures and workouts, commercial leasing, development, real estate-based lending, zoning and land use as well as environmental and municipal matters.
Prior to joining Greensfelder, Mr. Gulotta worked in a government planning agency where he gained broad experience in the field of urban planning and land use regulation, including subdivision, zoning, variance and CUP issues as well as community development, comprehensive planning efforts and the application of geographic information technology. In addition, Mr. Gulotta has served as a commissioner on multiple Tax Increment Financing (TIF) commissions. He has also worked closely with numerous state and local economic development authorities as well as regional planning and inter-governmental agencies on a wide spectrum of development initiatives.
While in law school, Mr. Gulotta focused his studies on the areas of real estate, land use, public law and taxation. He served as a faculty fellow, legal research and writing teaching assistant and as an Editor of the Saint Louis University Public Law Review. He also interned with the Office of the St. Louis County Counselor and in the Saint Louis University Legal Clinic where he participated in the drafting of real estate closing documents and tax credit acquisitions. Mr. Gulotta received academic excellence awards in legal research and writing, torts and contracts and was admitted into the Alpha Sigma Nu Jesuit Honor Society.
- Darkness on the Edge of Town: Reforming Municipal Extraterritorial Planning & Zoning in Illinois to Ensure Regional Effectiveness & Representation, 28 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev., 495 (2009)
- Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis - Law Committee