Partner, Goodmans, LLP
Mark Noskiewicz is a partner in the Municipal and Land Use Planning Group at Goodmans. He practices administrative law, with a focus on municipal and land development matters.
His expertise in this field is evident in his counsel to some of the country’s leading real estate development firms. Mark has appeared before municipal councils and at Ontario Municipal Board hearings to obtain approvals for a variety of downtown Toronto commercial projects, including The Eaton Centre, the CBC Broadcast Centre Block, the CN Tower base expansion and the adjacent Ripley’s Aquarium, Bay-Adelaide Centre and Brookfield Place, high-rise residential projects, including Spire, Tip Top Lofts and Radio City, urban infill projects, including the Yonge Eglinton Centre retail cube and the intensification of the Square One shopping centre and surrounding lands in downtown Mississauga, and greenfield/urban expansion projects in Milton, Brampton, Hamilton and other southern Ontario communities. He has been involved in the redevelopment of a number of brownfield sites, including the restoration and redevelopment of the historic Gooderham & Worts Distillery District and the redevelopment of the St. Lawrence Starch site in Port Credit. He has significant experience with respect to development charge and infrastructure financing matters.
Mark is “most frequently recommended” by The Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory as one of the leading practitioners in land development work and is also recognized by The Best Lawyers in Canada for real estate and municipal law. He is ranked Band 1 (highest ranking) by Chambers Canada 2018 for Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use.
Mark shares his experience on municipal and development matters, delivering lectures on a variety of land use, infrastructure financing and municipal matters. Mark is a Governing Trustee of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), a member of the ULI Americas Executive Committee, and a past Chair of ULI Toronto’s District Council. He was previously on the Executive Committee and Board of Directors of Urban Development Institute/Ontario, and he has often provided advice and assistance to BILD, the Building Industry and Land Development Association, on land use policy and legislative matters.