Nick Nicholson is a Member in Stoll Keenon Ogden’s Lexington office where he focuses on real estate development. Nick helps his clients through every stage of a real estate transaction and the entitlement phase of property ownership. He has worked in various aspects of the Bourbon Industry whether it is helping distillers or aging operations open new locations, helping their product find its way into the hands of the end users, or facilitating new tourism ventures that help promote the current Golden Age of Bourbon.
Whether he’s working with a local bank or large developer, Nick aims to develop a rapport with his client that’s focused on positive results and informed decisions. He serves property owners, developers, and businesses throughout Kentucky and represents them before state regulatory agencies and courts.
For his accomplishments on behalf of clients, Nick has been honored as a “Rising Star” by Kentucky Super Lawyers®.
Real Estate: Nick helps his clients through every stage of a real estate transaction and the entitlement phase of property ownership. He works with local officials to ensure that his clients are able to achieve their end goals for the development and use of their property.
Business Litigation: Nick provides responsive, knowledgeable counsel to a variety of businesses, across a range of matters. He guides clients tactically through every phase of a dispute, from initial hearings through settlement negotiation and trial.
SKO represented a client in obtaining approval for a text amendment completely rewriting the Office, Industry and Research Park (P-2) zone converting it into the University Research Campus (P-2) zone.
SKO represented a client throughout the Tax Incremental Finance approval process at the state and local levels for a mixed use development in a University Research Park.
SKO represented multiple clients in the acquisition, annexation, zone change, and all related development plan approvals for several multi-family and single-family residential projects throughout Kentucky, most recently in Fayette County, Scott County, and Bourbon County.
National Equine Law Convention, Presenter, 2016-2018
CCIM Commercial Real Estate Conference, Presenter, 2017