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Monday, September 30, 2013

Feinberg Leaving Lehigh County ... For Her Husband

Lehigh County's Director of Community and Economic Development, Cindy Feinberg, is leaving. Starting today, she and husband Gregg are opening up shop as Feinberg Real Estate Advisors, LLC. Their offices will be located at 1390 Ridgeview Drive, Suite 301, Allentown, PA 19104. They can be reached at 610-709-6233 or info@feinbergrea.com.

In a news release, the Feibnbergs describe their company as "a commercial real estate brokerage firm specializing in commercial and industrial brokerage, investment sales, development counseling, government relations, real estate law, real estate closings and real estate title insurance. Feinberg Real Estate Advisors, LLC (FREA) offers a unique value proposition in the commercial real estate (CRE) brokerage industry. They call it 'From Contact to Closing'."

“We have a passion for commercial real estate projects. So, now we’re asking Lehigh Valley investors, businesses and tenants to let our obsession translate into helping others be successful with their projects,” said Ms. Feinberg.

Cindy tells me she never planned on staying in government beyond eight years. "I’m very proud of my team and our accomplishments," she states.


Anonymous said...

She knows Scott Ott won't keep her.

Bernie O'Hare said...

Read what she said. She never intended to stay more than 8 years.

Anonymous said...

Agreed Bernie, but let's be honest. Scott is going to win, and at that point much of the administration will jump ship.

Anonymous said...

You mean be thrown off the boat. She knows it.

Parthenology said...

she could only hold the position for 8 years anyway - quit being such uneducated blowhards

Anonymous said...


Are you implying there's some sort of term limit on cabinet positions?

Anonymous said...

let's keep the name calling to a minimal @ 3:16, No there isn't any term limits. While it may be true that should would've left anyways. Knowing that Scott Ott will be the next County Executive would not have motivated her to stay.