Cecelia Bonifay has experience representing developers and governmental entities in a wide range of land use, sustainable development, and environmental matters. She currently represents clients in commercial, residential, and industrial sectors in the development as well as the repositioning of projects throughout Central Florida, including planned unit developments, large mixed-use developments of regional impact (DRI), and projects planned as sustainable communities.
Cecelia is the past co-chair of the Urban Land Institute's Climate Change, Land Use, and Energy Committee and she currently serves as the Chair of the ULI Central Florida District Council. She is a frequent speaker on the topics of land use and growth management, development incentives, green energy and climate change, and green building and LEED certification. Cecelia is also a board member of the Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission. Cecelia has been recognized by Chambers USA, The Legal 500, The Best Lawyers in America, and Florida Super Lawyers, and she is a former recipient of the Florida Real Estate Journal's "Top Women in Commercial Real Estate" award.