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Joseph Alexander

Real Estate and Development | Real Estate
The Alexander Co. | Madison

Joseph Alexander became president of The Alexander Co. in 2009, assuming leadership of the Madison-based real estate development company his father, Randy Alexander, founded. The company specializes in real estate projects involving historic preservation, urban revitalization and adaptive reuse. Some of the company’s high-profile recent projects in the Milwaukee area include the Milwaukee Soldiers Home restoration and Milwaukee Fortress in the Brewers Hill neighborhood. In Madison, the firm was behind the Novation Campus, a $120 million, mixed-use development; the $35 million redevelopment of the Rail Corridor in downtown Madison; and the $110 million Capitol West condo project in downtown Madison. Joseph has personally overseen developments spanning from Kansas City to Washington, D.C., to Fort Worth.

Previously, Alexander worked as a special assistant in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services under the leadership of then secretary Tommy Thompson. In that role, his duties included consultation and implementation in the areas of general management, budgeting and facilities development oversight.

He’s served on the boards of the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Downtown Madison Inc., Salvation Army of Dane County, Wisconsin

Education: Bachelor’s, University of Wisconsin-Madison; J.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School

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