Timothy J. Siegfried, a Member of the Pennsylvania office of Norris McLaughlin, P.A., P.A., will be moderator at the Build Lehigh Valley Development & Outlook Report on September 7 at ArtsQuest at SteelStacks in Bethlehem. He will moderate a five-person panel that will present trends toward urbanization, the region’s position as a strategic inland freight hub, and the global perspective.
The Lehigh Valley Planning Commission (LVPC)’s Build Lehigh Valley Development & Outlook Report highlights the evolution of housing types and new institutional development, as well as quantifies commercial markets. The LVPC’s newest report demonstrates how land development activity compares to that of previous years, explains what to expect in the next 12 to 24 months, and provides definitive data analysis and discussion.
Siegfried, a resident of Orefield, is a member of the Real Estate and Banking Groups. He has represented banks, municipalities, publicly traded companies, real estate developers, and REITs in many local and regional transactions, including complex acquisitions, mergers, financings, joint venture arrangements, leases, project finance transactions, syndications, public and private debt and equity placements, and transactions involving the development and management of regional malls, automobile dealerships, office buildings, assisted living facilities, warehouses, condominiums, planned communities, and other projects. He has extensive experience in the acquisition, financing, leasing, management, and development of industrial, commercial, and residential projects, and regularly represents clients in tax exemption and tax assessment appeals.
Siegfried is very active in civic and community affairs, particularly those involving real estate. He has served on the board of directors of the Wildlands Conservancy and is a past chairman of the Lehigh County Board of View. He has been appointed to the Joint State Government Commission, Advisory Committee on Real Property Law, and its Uniform Condominium, Real Estate Cooperatives, and Uniform Planned Communities Subcommittee.
Siegfried received his J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law and his Masters of Public Administration from Syracuse University, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs in 1985. He earned his B.A., magna cum laude, from Lehigh University in 1982.
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