Gregg M. Feinberg graduated cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh in 1980 with a Bachelor of Arts degree and from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 1983.
After working as a corporate attorney for five years for a local company, he became a sole practitioner and then a partner in the firm of Black, McCarthy, Eidelman and Feinberg. In 1992, he formed Feinberg & Associates which is now Feinberg Law Office, where he serves as general counsel to such firms as Computer Aid, Inc., Trifecta, Inc., IntegraOne, Boyle Construction, TecPort Partners, LP, Crystal Signatures, Inc. and Sunburst Property Management, Inc.
Since 1997, Mr. Feinberg has worked actively as a commercial and industrial real estate developer and is a principal in Ridgeview Limited Partners and multiple real estate partnerships. Mr. Feinberg has developed over 4,000,000 square feet of commercial and industrial space including renovations of urban space such as the Design Center in South Bethlehem, preservation of the Johnson Machinery Building and award winning corporate space such as the CAI Corporate Park and institutional space such as the new Information Technology Center at Lehigh Carbon Community College. He is also a managing partner of Central Pennsylvania’s first technology park, the 100 acre TecPort Business Center, which has revitalized the former AMP facility in Harrisburg, PA, with over 3,000 new jobs.
In 2011, Mayor John Callahan of Bethlehem tapped Mr. Feinberg to serve as principal consultant and project manager for the $22,000,000 development of the public spaces, Levitt Pavilion and Bethlehem Landing Visitor’s Center on the former Bethlehem Steel site in the shadow of the iconic blast furnaces. Now known as SteelStacks, a complete renovation has been completed of what was once the core area of the second largest steel company in the world. The music venue known as the Levitt Pavilion has won multiple design and development awards and the site is now home to the ArtsQuest Center and PBS39 studios. SteelStacks is one of three locations in the United States to win both the Urban Land Institute’s Global Award for Excellence and the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence. Mr. Feinberg coordinated, supervised and managed the architects, engineers, multiple CM’s and stakeholders in this key urban revitalization project.
Gregg has been instrumental in attracting new business to Lehigh and Northampton counties as a founding shareholder of Crystal Signatures, Inc., a custom crystal manufacturing business; as a developer and operator of Sonic Restaurants; as managing partner of Ridgeview Limited Partners and College Facilities Solutions. Mr. Feinberg is a licensed title agent and a licensed real estate broker.
Gregg sits on the Board of Directors of several corporations and his community activities include: Campaign Chair, together with his wife, Cindy, for the ArtsQuest Re-Imagine That! capital campaign; Past Chair of the Board of Trustees of ArtsQuest and member of the Executive Committee; Past Chair of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce (the seventh largest chamber in the US); Executive Committee of the GLVCC; Chair of Public Policy for the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce; member of the Advisory Board of Originate Ventures, a venture capital fund; board of directors of Borton-Lawson Engineers/Architects; the board of the Mary Ellen Golf Tournament Committee for Easter Seals; and as counsel and founding board member of FC Lehigh Valley United Soccer Club. He has been a speaker to such groups as the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce, the Small Business Development Center of Lehigh University, NARCA and the Commercial Law League of America. He is a member of the Lehigh County, Pennsylvania and American Bar Associations and the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association.
Mr. Feinberg is an instrument rated private pilot, a certified scuba diver and an avid golfer and has served as a golf course rater for Golf Week magazine and as a member of the Nike Golf Player Staff.