Our Attorneys

Joshua Rosenstein

Real Estate and Business Attorney

A large part of my practice is devoted to helping developers and investors through the entire development process, including acquisition, entity formation, financing, subdivision, dispute resolution, and sales.

My practice is focused on real estate property acquisition, financing, development, disposition, and commercial real estate transactions; commercial leasing; residential and business condominium development; corporate matters (including contracts and business sales); and homeowners and condominium association counsel and representation.

Significant real estate transactions often involve multiple parties, lenders, and legal counsel.  A large part of my role is working with these other parties to efficiently complete each transaction to meet the goals and objectives of our clients.

In real estate development, I represent developers, borrowers, and others in project entity formation (including single asset LLCs and corporations), securing financing, acquiring and subdividing land, zoning matters, and ultimate sales and dispositions. My clients include developers of all sizes in the  Puget Sound market, ranging from those building a few houses or a single commercial development to those developing projects consisting of hundreds of homes or condominium units.

I have represented clients in the development of business parks and approximately 75 different condominium projects.  In these matters I represent clients in negotiations, prepare the necessary acquisition documents and schedules, assist in legal due diligence matters, prepare condominium formation and disclosure documents, and provide legal counsel for unit sales. I also provide general counsel services to dozens of community associations in matters such as property disputes, easements, architectural disputes, CC&R modifications, corporate governance, and collection matters.

Personal & Professional

Josh enjoys backpacking great hikes of North America and cycling to Portland and Vancouver. He has recently started fly fishing, and is hoping the Mariners do better this year.

  • Washington State Bar Association, Member
    • Real Property, Probate and Trust Section, Business Law Section
  • King County Bar Association, Member
  • East King County Bar Association, Member
  • WA Common Interest Ownership Act Drafting Committee, Member
  • Community Associations Institute, Member
  • Washington Land Title Association
  • Mercer Island Center for the Arts, Board of Directors and Vice President

Honors & Awards

  • “AV” rated by Martindale-Hubbell*, the highest rating obtainable by members of the legal community.

*AV is a registered certification mark of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies.

Education & Admissions

  • J.D., Seattle University School of Law, magna cum laude, 1995
    • Associate Editor, Seattle University Law Review
    • Merit Scholarship
  • M.B.A., University of Washington, 1989
  • B.A., Claremont McKenna College, 1985
  • Admitted to Washington (All State Courts)
  • Admitted to Western District of Washington (Federal Court)

Articles & Presentations

  • Presenter:  “Easements and CCRs”, Law Seminars International Seminar, September 2012
  • Presenter:  “Condominium Developer Risk Management”, Law Seminars International Seminar, April 2007
  • Presenter:  “Creating ‘Lots’: Plats vs. Airspace Condominiums”, WSBA Seminar, April 2006
  • Presenter:  “Buy/Sell Provisions of LLC Operating Agreements,” National Business Institute Seminar, 2002

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