Ed Bull received his J.D. from ASU in 1980 and has practiced law at Burch & Cracchiolo, P.A. for 40 years. He is Certified as a Real Estate Specialist by the State Bar of Arizona. Ed is a peer review rated AV® Preeminent attorney who has been recognized by Best Lawyers in America every year since 2003, and was named the 2014, 2018 and 2020 Best Lawyers "Lawyer of the Year" Phoenix in Land Use and Zoning Law. Ed has been selected by Super Lawyers of the Southwest every year since its inception in 2007, Arizona’s Finest Lawyers from 2008-2020, Chambers USA since 2005 and AZRE Commercial Real Estate Magazine’s "People to Know" in commercial real estate. Ed has been named a top corporate and business attorney for several years by Arizona Business Magazine in their annual publication "AZ Business Leaders" and was recently selected as a Top 100 Lawyer for 2020 by Arizona Business Magazine.
Ed’s practice involves the full range of real estate entitlements including zoning, general plan amendments, area plan amendments, interpretations, variances, use permits, subdivision and site plan approvals, annexation, development agreements, right-of-way abandonments, pre-purchase due diligence, and other development-related matters.
Over the past three decades, Ed has worked on development projects ranging in size from under one acre to nearly 20,000 acres. The diverse types of commercial, residential and industrial development projects include for example: mixed-use master plans, PADs and PCDs, regional malls, retail centers, office developments, industrial developments, multi-family communities, single family subdivisions, senior housing facilities, automotive dealerships, churches, private and charter schools, electrical power plants, in-fill developments, service stations, truck travel centers, storage facilities, and other developments. Ed’s clientele include commercial developers, homebuilders, landowners, master plan developers, multi-family builders and managers, real estate investment companies, automotive dealers, grocers, office developers, energy providers, and others involved in the sale-purchase, planning, zoning, construction, and management of real estate.