Charleston Regional Business Journal
August 7, 2015
The March of Dimes announced that Nexsen Pruet attorney Neil Robinson has been selected to receive their Annual Real Estate Award. The announcement was made via The Charleston Regional Business Journal's BizWire.com.
It reads, in part:
"Real Estate professionals throughout the Lowcountry will gather to honor Neil Robinson, as the March of Dimes presents its Annual Real Estate Award on December 2, 2015.
... Neil’s outstanding leadership has helped land some of the largest capital projects in South Carolina, and he has provided legal counsel to many of the state’s premier commercial, industrial, residential and resort developments.
“We are extremely pleased to recognize Neil Robinson with this award,” said Meredith Repik, March of Dimes Director. “The contributions he has made to our community and his continued involvement and leadership in Charleston make him a worthy recipient.”
About the South Carolina Chapter of the March of Dimes
Each year, the South Carolina Chapter of the March of Dimes invests in mission initiatives statewide, including research grants, local community services and advocacy. Through these program services, the March of Dimes continues working to prevent birth defects and infant death, reduce South Carolina’s premature birth rate, increase access to prenatal care and educate healthcare providers and women about having healthy babies. The Real Estate Award was established in 1998 by the South Carolina Chapter of the March of Dimes to honor a member of the real estate community who has demonstrated a long history of service; recipients are chosen for their outstanding leadership and vision in the community.
Neil C. Robinson is a highly regarded real estate attorney who has earned great respect for his professional abilities, comprehensive understanding of the law, and dedication to the community. His extensive practice experience is focused on complex real estate transactions; administrative law, including permitting, zoning and land sales registrations, and development agreements; and industrial, commercial, mixed use, planned community, brownfields, and resort real estate development.