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Oppenheim Pilelsky Represents Custom Home Builder in a $22.5 Million Property Purchase in Boynton Beach

Sat May 1, 2004 by on Press Releases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oppenheim Pilelsky Represents Custom Home Builder in a $22.5 Million Property Purchase in Boynton BeachLandmark Custom Homes to build at Equus, an elegant equestrian community (Weston, Florida) — Roy Oppenheim, of the Weston-based law firm of Oppenheim Pilelsky, represented Landmark Custom Homes of Equus, LLC, in its purchase of 96 exclusive home sites in Equus, an elegant […]

It’s a Sign of the Times: Oppenheim Pilelsky, Weston’s Oldest Law Firm, Expands into New Offices

Mon Dec 1, 2003 by on Press Releases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE It’s a Sign of the Times: Oppenheim Pilelsky, Weston’s Oldest Law Firm, Expands into New Offices Firm gets more space, more public visibility with name branded on building (Weston)— Oppenheim Pilelsky, P.A., the longest established law firm in Weston, Florida, has moved its offices for the very first time to accommodate considerable growth it has experienced over […]

RENOWNED SOUTH FLORIDA ATTORNEY ROY OPPENHEIM OPENS TAMPA BAY AREA OFFICE

Sun Jun 1, 2003 by on Press Releases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE RENOWNED SOUTH FLORIDA ATTORNEY ROY OPPENHEIM OPENS TAMPA BAY AREA OFFICE Oppenheim best known for winning high-profile class-action lawsuits TAMPA, FL – The law firm of Oppenheim Pilelsky, one of South Florida’s most successful boutique law firms, has announced the opening of its first satellite office, in Tampa. The office, at 100 N. Tampa Street, Suite 3760, […]

Grand plan unveiled for Fashion Mall site

Tue Apr 1, 2003 by on Press Releases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Grand plan unveiled for Fashion Mall site By Jerry Berrios Email: jberrios@herald.com After it stood empty for almost a decade and plans to resurrect it failed, Hollywood’s old Fashion Mall is poised to become a shopping and family entertainment center. Among the future amenities: up to 2,000 booths, kiosks and shops; two food courts, a roughly 35,000 […]