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Retention pond and limited access right-of-way acquisition from undeveloped residential property in Clay County for construction of new highway system


Initial Offer - $404,450
Final Outcome - $2,050,000
Net Benefit to Client - $1,645,550 (506%)

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Large acreage taking from vacant mixed-use property for limited access right-of-way and retention needs for construction of a new highway system in Clay County

Initial Offer - $1,120,150

Final Outcome - $3,000,000
Net Benefit to Client - $1,879,850 (268%)

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Whole taking of developed waterfront single-family home along Black Creek in Clay County for construction of new limited access highway system


Initial Offer - $549,900
Final Outcome - $1,400,000
Net Benefit to Client - $850,000 (255%)

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Partial land acquisition from developed commercial property and marina for construction of new Pensacola Bay Bridge landing in Santa Rosa County

Initial Offer - $3,673,100
Final Outcome - $6,500,000
Net Benefit to Client - $2,826,900 (177%)

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Partial acquisition of undeveloped residential property with subdivision potential on St. Johns River for construction of new highway system in Clay County

Initial Offer - $174,500
Final Outcome - $801,000
Net Benefit to Client - $626,500 (459%)

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Whole taking of undeveloped residential waterfront lots on the St. Johns River for construction of new Shands Bridge landing in St. Johns County

Initial Offer - $111,000
Final Outcome - $515,000
Net Benefit to Client - $404,000 (464%)

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Limited access right-of-way acquisition from vacant residential property in St. Johns County for construction of new state road

Initial Offer - $306,000
Final Outcome - $750,000
Net Benefit to Client - $444,000 (245 %)

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Temporary construction easement acquisition from developed waterfront hotel property at the Pensacola Bay Bridge landing in Santa Rosa County


Initial Offer - $64,300
Final Outcome - $300,000
Net Benefit to Client - $235,700 (467%)

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Acquisition of mini-warehouse storage facility for expansion of Escambia County campus for the Florida State College system

Initial Offer - $240,000
Final Outcome - $1,292,500
Net Benefit to Client - $1,502,500 (539%)

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Electric power line transmission easement taken from agricultural property in Polk County

Initial Offer - $29,200
Final Outcome - $235,000
Net Benefit to Client - $205,800 (805%)

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Right-of-way and multiple retention ponds acquired for expansion of major commercial state road in Clay County

Initial Offer - $2,904,025
Final Outcome - $4,173,855
Net Benefit to Client - $1,269,830 (144 %)

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Large acreage taking from vacant mixed-use property for right-of-way and retention needs for construction of a new highway system in Clay County

Initial Offer - $4,974,400
Final Outcome - $7,000,000
Net Benefit to Client - $2,025,600 (141%)

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Retention Pond acquired from parking/recreation area attached to hotel and conference center in Duval County

Initial Offer - $1,657,800
Final Outcome - $3,100,000
Net Benefit to Client - $1,442,200 (187%)

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Taking of over 5 miles for a natural gas pipeline easement through a 20,000 acre rural timber tract in Gilchrist County

Initial Offer - $287,393
Final Outcome - $1,383,172
Net Benefit to Client - $1,095,779 (481%)

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Multiple linear easement acquisitions from from multiple landowners in Clay and St. Johns Counties for construction of natural gas transmission line

Initial Offer - $78,500
Final Outcome - $650,000
Net Benefit to Client - $571,500 (828%)

Initial Offer - $573,900
Final Outcome - $1,400,000
Net Benefit to Client - $826,100 (244%)

Initial Offer - $93,000
Final Outcome - $306,000
Net Benefit to Client - $213,000 (329%)

Initial Offer - $350,000
Final Outcome - $800,000
Net Benefit to Client - $450,000 (229%)

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Right-of-way acquisition from vacant shopping center outparcel in Nassau County for addition of a turn lane onto A1A

Initial Offer - $92,000
Final Outcome - $400,000
Net Benefit to Client - $308,000 (435%)

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Large acreage right-of-way taking for construction of new state highway through vacant site of a proposed residential/mixed-use subdivision in Clay County

 

Initial Offer - $3,084,150

Final Outcome - $4,750,000

Net Benefit to Client - $1,665,850 (154%)

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Inverse condemnation case from retail site in Duval County based on multiple-year closure of access during I-95 construction project

 

Initial Offer - $0

Final Outcome - $350,000

Net Benefit to Client - $350,000

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Acquisition of linear easement for natural gas transmission pipeline in Okechobee County

 

Initial Offer - $40,200

Final Outcome - $300,000

Net Benefit to Client - $259,800 (746%)

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Easement acquisition for water transmission pipeline in Duval County from downtown industrial property on the St. Johns River

 

Initial Offer - $183,000

Final Outcome - $800,000

Net Benefit to Client - $617,000 (437%)

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Acquisition from multiple commercial properties of linear easement for construction of sidewalk in Alachua County

 

Initial Offer - $3,169

Final Outcome - $240,000

Net Benefit to Client - $236,831 (7,573%)

 

Initial Offer - $14,988

Final Outcome - $355,000

Net Benefit to Client - $340,012 (2,369%)

 

Initial Offer - $0

Final Outcome - $140,000

Net Benefit to Client - $140,000

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Right-of-way acquisition for road widening project in Brevard County from vacant property with commercial highest and best use*

 

Initial Offer - $11,709

Final Outcome - $147,731

Net Benefit to Client - $136,022 (1,262%)

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Right-of-way acquisition for widening of major commercial state highway from commercial/mixed-use property in Lee County

 

Initial Offer - $93,280

Final Outcome - $405,000

Net Benefit to Client - $311,720 (434%)

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Right-of-way acquisition from agricultural/farming tenant in Bradford County for construction of new state highway system

 

Initial Offer - $203,650

Final Outcome - $550,000

Net Benefit to Client - $346,350 (270%)

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Right-of-way acquisition for widening of major state highway from rural residential property in Washington County

 

Initial Offer - $30,805

Final Outcome - $185,000

Net Benefit to Client - $154,150 (600%)

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Acquisition of right-of-way for local road widening project from residential property in Duval County*

 

Initial Offer - $9,225

Final Outcome - $141,993

Net Benefit to Client - $132,768 (1,535%)"

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Acquisition from residential property by Southwest Florida Water Management District for expansion of a lake in Polk County

 

Initial Offer - $149,000

Final Outcome - $480,000

Net Benefit to Client - $331,000 (322%)

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Acquisition from vacant commercial property in City of Gainesville for construction of a new storm-water park facility*

 

Initial Offer - $224,000

Final Outcome - $917,500

Net Benefit to Client - $693,500 (410%)

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Whole taking of vacant land in Duval County for construction of new stormwater retention pond to support expansion of major commercial state road*

 

Initial Offer - $655,000

Final Outcome - $2,254,379

Net Benefit to Client - $1,599,379 (344%)

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Acquisition of developed office building for construction of new courthouse facility in Duval County*

 

Initial Offer - $1,200,000

Final Outcome - $3,200,000

Net Benefit to Client - $2,000,000 (267%)

*Mr. Papalas served as second chair at a previous law firm on each of these cases.