Kenneth Joseph is of counsel in the Real Estate Practice Group of Pepper Hamilton LLP’s Pittsburgh office. He also is a member of the firm’s Sustainability, CleanTech and Climate Change Team. Mr. Joseph devotes his practice to real estate, including acquisition, development, leasing, real estate secured lending, land use and most other aspects of real estate law. His clients include real estate developers, owners, investors, lenders, managers and tenants.
Mr. Joseph recently has represented:
In addition, Mr. Joseph has represented housing authorities in connection with HOPE VI transactions, served as solicitor to a Planning and Zoning Commission and represented three participating administrative entities in more than 60 Mark to Market refinancings.
- profit and nonprofit developers (including housing authorities) in the development, financing, leasing and operation of government-assisted housing, including transactions financed through Low Income Housing Tax Credits and Historic Tax Credits
- owners of office buildings and apartment complexes in connection with all matters related to the negotiation and enforcement of leases
- profit and nonprofit developers in connection with zoning and other regulatory matters.
Mr. Joseph is active in a number of professional and community organizations, including the Affordable Housing Forum of the American Bar Association. He is on the board of directors of the Thomas Merton Center and the council of representatives of the National Association of Railroad Passengers. He previously served on the board of trustees of Children’s International Summer Villages, USA and the board of directors of the Pittsburgh Botanical Garden.
Mr. Joseph is listed in The Best Lawyers in America.
B.A. 1980 University of Pittsburgh; St. John’s College
J.D. 1984 Duquesne University School of Law; member, Law Review editorial board
Admitted to practice in Pennsylvania