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J. Sidney Boone Jr.

J. Sidney Boone Jr.
  • J.D., Duke University School of Law (1969)
  • B.A., The Citadel (1966)

North Carolina

South Carolina

  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit

  • Named, The Best Lawyers in America (1995-2019) "Lawyer of the Year," Real Estate - Charleston (2013) "Lawyer of the Year," Corporate Law - Charleston (2010)
  • Named, Chambers USA, Real Estate (2003-2019)
  • Awarded, Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating
  • Listed, South Carolina Super Lawyers, Real Estate (2008-2012)
  • Windwood Farm Home for Children, Inc. - Board Member
  • St. Andrews Episcopal Church - Former Lay reader of 30 years
  • American Red Cross, Carolina Lowcountry Chapter - Member
  • Sid has represented clients from start to finish on large projects, one of which has been under development and is now in its final phase. He has learned that entitlement of projects and obtaining vested rights is becoming more and more difficult in the electronic age. The opposition groups use the internet to mount offensive campaigns against the development. His major projects have included the acquisition of numerous parcels to create a town center in Mount Pleasant of over 500,000 square feet and the development of large scale residential communities as well as the acquisition of land which will include light industrial, economic development and residential development.

Counsel | Charleston, SC

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Sid Boone represents developers in real estate matters. His areas of focus include land acquisition of large tracts and development related matters including annexation, rezoning, development agreements, variances, and special exceptions. Other transactions include drafting restrictive covenants, property owners' associations and assistance with obtaining all permits for development. Sid also has an active practice in preparation of condominium documents and condominium conversions.