2019 DC | MD Board of Directors
 

Campbell Smith

Managing Director

Trammell Crow Company
1055 Thomas Jefferson Street NW
Suite 600
Washington, DC  20007
ph:  202-295-3367

 


Mr. Smith serves as Managing Director and Business Unit Leader for Trammell Crow Compny's  Mid-Atlantic office.  Trammell Crow Company is a leading national developer of commercial real estate with offices in sixteen major markets around the country.  Mr. Smith is responsible for sourcing new development opportunities and managing the execution of office, multifamily, retail, and industrial projects throughout the Washington, DC metro region.  He is currently responsible for a development portfolio of over 2 million square feet.    

Mr. Smith is an active participant in several real estate industry groups, including ULI, NAIOP, and the DC Real Estate Group.  His involvement in the local DC community includes serving on the  Foundation Board for Children’s National Medical Center and participating in BUILD, an organization whose mission is to use entrepreneurship as a means of propelling severely at-risk youth towards college admission and professional success. 

Mr. Smith earned a Masters in Business Administration from the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University in 2002, and graduated summa cum laude from Duke University in 1995.  He lives in Chevy Chase, DC, with his wife Grace and two young sons, Hugh and Campbell and daughter Clare.

 
 

Timothy M. Zulick
Immediate Past President

CBRE, Inc.
100 East Pratt Street, Suite 1700
Baltimore, MD  21202
ph: 410-244-3165

Timothy M. Zulick CBRE, Senior Managing Director of CBRE's Baltimore office and regional multifamily and industrial service lines  Prior to joining CBRE Tim served as Senior Vice President, Leasing at First Potomac Realty Trust from August 2004 until January 2015. Prior to First Potomac, Mr. Zulick was Senior Vice President at Trammell Crow Company where, from 1998 to 2004, he concentrated on leasing, sales and development of office and industrial properties in the Baltimore-Washington corridor. From 1994 to 1998, he worked as a tenant and landlord representative with Casey ONCOR International where he also focused on leasing and sales of office and industrial properties. Prior to that, Mr. Zulick was with Colliers Pinkard and specialized in the valuation of commercial real estate in Maryland. He received a Bachelors degree in Business Administration from Roanoke College.


 
 

Thomas J. Aylward III
Secretary

 

Jackson-Shaw
1101 30th Street NW  
Suite B100-A
Washington, DC   20007             
ph: 301- 429-1011                   

 

Tom joined Jackson-Shaw in 2005 to help establish the Maryland office of this national firm based in Dallas, TX. Primary development projects have included Beltway 50, The Brickyard and Andrews Federal Campus. Prior to joining Jackson-Shaw Tom was a partner at Stephens Aylward & Assoc., an architectural firm focused on commercial, industrial and institutional projects throughout the region since 1984. Prior firms included; Rounds VanDuzer, Benham Blair and Cass & Pinnell. A 1980 graduate of the University of Maryland with a B. Architecture, he was registered in 1982.

Tom presently serves on the Board of Directors of NAIOP DC-MD and is a member of the Legislative Committee. Community service has included; chairing a Special Committee for MD DLLR defining Practice Areas, member of the East County (MOCO) Citizens advisory Comm. 2004-2012, Prince George’s ANDREWS JLUS Implementation Comm., Prince George’s General Plan CAC, Chair Laurel Library CAC and the Board of the Greater Beltsville Business Association.

 
 
  Douglas C. White
Treasurer

Glass Jacobson
800 King Farm Boulevard
Suite 500
Rockville, MD  20850
ph: 301-738-1120

 

Doug has worked in the fields of accounting, auditing, management consulting, and taxation/litigation support since 1978. He has worked with businesses, non-profit and governmental entities, and individuals. Through his work, Doug has gained extensive knowledge of real estate, professional service businesses, retail, high-tech industries, non-profit entities, political organizations, investment companies, and real estate management and development firms. Doug is a certified valuation analyst (CVA) and has completed business valuations on various business entities. He has been designated as an expert witness for domestic relations and civil cases in Montgomery County and Prince Georges County, Maryland, and in the District of Columbia. He is also a master analyst in financial forensics (MAFF) and is licensed as a life and health insurance agent. Doug is the global chairman of Integra International and a board member of Integra International’s AAA Division.

Doug previously served as the president of the Make-A-Wish Foundation of the Mid-Atlantic, Inc., and was the treasurer of the Rockville Chamber of Commerce. He is currently the treasurer of NAIOP Maryland/DC, a member of the workforce committee of the Greater Washington Board of Trade, and is also serving on the board of other local business and civic associations. Doug is a member of both the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants (MACPA), the Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMC), and the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts (NACVA).


 
  Eric S. Kassoff
Public Affairs Chair

Wilkes Artis
1825 I Street NW
Suite 300
Washington, DC  20006
ph:  202-457-7805

 

Eric S. Kassoff is a shareholder of Wilkes Artis, Chartered, and chair of the Maryland department.  He specializes in real estate tax litigation, and has over 30 years of industry experience in all facets of commercial real estate. Since 1987, he has represented thousands of tax cases, navigating them through the complicated triennial appeal process resulting in the addition of billions of dollars in value to his clients’ real estate holdings. He earned his JD and undergrad from Boston University.  He is a member of the bar in DC, Maryland, and Pennsylvania.
 
Eric, a native Washingtonian, currently serves as Legal Counsel to the Suburban Maryland/DC Chapter of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (“NAIOP”) and is a founding member of the chapter. He is a past chairman of the State and Local Legislative Subcommittee for National NAIOP and has served on NAIOP’s National Board of Directors. Eric also currently serves on the Montgomery County Executive’s Office Market Working Group and has served as a member of the Montgomery County Office of Economic Development’s Subcommittee on Infrastructure Finance. He is an instructor in the Georgetown University Masters in Professional Studies Real Estate Program and a former Member of the Board of Directors for the Maryland-National Capital Building Industry Association. Eric has served as the General Counsel and as a Member on the Board of Directors of the Greater Washington Jewish Community Center and as a Member of the Board of Directors of the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington.


 
  Roseanne Beattie
Principal

DBI Architects
1984 Isaac Newton Square
Suite 400
Reston, VA  22190
ph:  703-787-0882

 

Drawing on 39 years of industry experience, Roseanne’s work encompasses a wide spectrum of interior architecture projects. Having joined DBI in 1981, Roseanne became a principal of the firm in 2003. Her career has centered on large government and institutional clients, as well as a substantial balance of private sector work. For 18 years, she managed projects for the World Bank, International Finance Corporation, and the International Monetary Fund. This demonstrated long-term success (Roseanne has held the longest-running contracts at DBI) attests to her skillful management of both projects and client expectations. Throughout the duration of projects for her long-term clients, she and DBI have responded to more than 5,000 individual task orders.

Roseanne’s extensive foreign travel to Europe and Asia has provided a study model and, ultimately, a basis for art and architecture applied to problem-solving. A NAIOP DC|MD Board member, Roseanne chairs the organization’s Outreach Committee and its Annual Member-Guest Golf Outing


 
 

Jeb Boland
Vice President, Leasing

 

Penzance
1680 Wisconsin Avenue NW
Suite 300
Washington, DC 20007
ph: 202-519-9107

 

Mr. Boland is Vice President, Leasing responsible for the leasing and marketing of Penzance’s portfolio.

Mr. Boland has over 16 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry, primarily focused on leasing, acquisition and asset management of office buildings.He has been responsible for stabilizing assets and achieving attractive dispositions, in addition to assisting with acquisition efforts.His experience in due diligence, development, landlord and tenant representation helps to maximize value through creative and comprehensive analysis.

Previously, Mr. Boland was Director of Leasing at Brandywine Realty Trust where he oversaw leasing and worked with the asset management teams of its four million square foot Washington, D.C. portfolio. Before that, Mr. Boland was Senior Leasing Representative at First Potomac Realty Trust.

Mr. Boland received his Masters of Science in Real Estate from Johns Hopkins University and his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Mary Washington.

 
  Scott A. Brody


Grosvenor Americas
1701 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Suite 1050
Washington, DC  20006
ph: 202-777-1278

 

Scott Brody is Senior Vice President and General Manager for the Washington, DC office, where he oversees Grosvenor Americas’ investment activities in the DC metro region.


 
  Eugene A. Carlin Jr.


DANAC Corporation
5404 Wisconsin Ave.
Suite 301
Bethesda, MD  20815
ph:  301-657-2800

 

Gene Carlin is Executive Vice President of DANAC LLC a real estate development and management company located in Chevy Chase, Maryland.  

Founded in 1963, DANAC has been active in Montgomery County for the past fifty-three years developing over 4 million square feet of office space.  The company also owns property in Boston Massachusetts, Dallas Texas and Fort Lauderdale Florida.

Gene oversees all of the leasing and management of the properties.


 
  Philip A. Dickinson

Senior Vice President

Cushman & Wakefield
2101 L Street NW
Suite 700
Washington, DC  20037
ph. 202-266-1156

Phil is a Senior  Director with Cushman & Wakefield's agency leasing group in Washington, DC.  Phil joined Cushman from Washington REIT where he served as Director of Office Leasing for their Washington, DC and Suburban Maryland office portfolio.  He previously worked in leasing and sales at The Wiley Companies, leasing and development at ProLogis, due diligence at Archstone and research at The Real Estate Center at Texas A&M.  Phil lives in Washington, DC with wife Emily and daughters Alice and Charlotte.  A native Texan and avid college football fan, he is looking forward to Texas A&M's impending dominance in the SEC.  Phil attended Texas A&M University where he earned a Master of Real Estate and Bachelor of Business Economics degree.

 
  Brian Downie

Senior Vice President

Saul Centers, Inc.
7501 Wisconsin Avenue
Suite 1500E
Bethesda, MD  20814
ph. 301-908-1118

Brian has worked in commercial real estate development for over 30 years.  Over that time, he has been closely involved in all aspects of the development and construction of several million square feet of commercial projects.  Since 2000, he has worked for the B. F. Saul organization, currently as a senior vice president, development.  Prior to Saul, he worked for Mills Corporation, then Prime Retail.  In addition to his Board duties, Brian is an active member of the Chapter’s Leadership Committee, as well as the Chapter’s representative on NAIOP’s Maryland State Legislative Committee.   He also participates on a number of advisory committees and boards in Montgomery County.  He received undergraduate degrees in civil engineering and political science from the University of Delaware.


 
  Austen Holderness
Chief Development Officer


Carr Properties
1615 L ST NW
Suite 650
Washington, DC 20036
ph. 202-303-3080

Austen Holderness, Carr Properties’ Chief Development Officer, oversees of all ground-up development activity at Carr Properties from deal acquisition through the stabilization of each asset, including oversight of all matters related to design, development, construction management and joint ventures. His responsibilities include sourcing and evaluating new development opportunities. Prior to joining Carr Properties, Austen distinguished himself as a Senior Development Associate at CarrAmerica. During his career he has managed $2.75 billion (5 million SF) in commercial real estate development. Austen received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of North Carolina and his Master of Business Administration from the Darden School of Business at The University of Virginia.


 
 

David W. Kitchens
Principal   

 

Cooper Carry Inc.        
625 North Washington Street  
Suite 200         
Alexandria, VA  22314-1935     
ph: 703-462-6613

David joined Cooper Carry in 1984, and was named Principal in the Mixed-Use Specialty Practice Group in 1998. He now leads the Cooper Carry Alexandria office. David is a member of several organizations including the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the Urban Land Institute (ULI), and the National Council of Architectural Registration Board (NCARB). He earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology. David is registered to practice in 21 states as well as the District of Columbia.                      


 
  Sarah A. Knutson
Senior Vice President, Chief Operating Officer


Akridge
601 13th Street, NW
Suite 300N
Washington, DC  20005
ph: 202-624-8614

 

Sarah Knutson is the Chief Operating Officer for Akridge. She is responsible for the leadership and direction of internal company functions, as well as a member of the Akridge senior management team. Her responsibilities include overseeing daily operations and providing strategic oversight of property operations, marketing and communications, general counsel, information and technology, human resources, and office administration.

Since joining Akridge in 2005, Sarah has developed a comprehensive understanding of the company by dedicating herself to various concentrations within the organization. Sarah began her career at Akridge as a member of the Development team; Initially focusing on interior Client construction management, then moving to base building construction, and ultimately to development management. Sarah has managed all aspects of the development cycle including entitlements, design, marketing, construction, tenant fit-out, and disposition. In 2013, Sarah further increased her responsibilities by joining the Management Committee, which focuses on internal corporate operations.

Sarah is a member of both the DC l MD and the Northern Virginia chapters NAIOP. She is also a member of the DC l MD Chapter’s Board of Directors. Sarah earned a Bachelor of Science from Duke University, where she majored in both Mechanical Engineering and Economics.


 
  Jim Landau
Director, VP
Washington, DC Regional Office



MetLife Investment Management
600 13th Street NW
Suite 350
Washington, DC  20005
ph: 202-659-6908

 

Jim Landau is the Head of Asset Management for MetLife Investment Management's Washington DC Region.   He has been with MetLife Investment Management since 2014.   Previously he was with Bentall Kennedy for 12 years where he worked on the Multi-Employer Property Trust portfolio.   He has managed assets and portfolios in several markets across the U.S.   Property experience includes several asset classes and extensive work with both existing properties and new development projects.   Prior to Asset Management, Jim was an MAI appraiser with Cushman & Wakefield in New York and then with Colliers Pinkard in Baltimore.   He started his real estate career in property accounting with Cushman & Wakefield in New York.  He received a Bachelors degree from Boston University.

Jim, a LEED AP, chairs MetLife Investment Management’s ESG Advisory Committee.   He is a former USGBC National Capital Region board member and is a member of the ULI Washington Council’s Sustainability Initiative Council.  Jim serves on the Board of Directors for the NAIOP DC|MD Chapter and  was a founding member and former Chairman of the Chapter’s Sustainable Development Committee.


 
  Rod Lawrence
Managing Partner


Network Realty Partners, LLC
6238 Radcliff Road
Alexandria, VA  22307
ph: 202-369-5076

 

Rod Lawrence is a founder and Partner of Network Realty Partners, a mid-Atlantic developer and owner of mixed use commercial properties.


Prior to founding Network Realty Partners, Mr. Lawrence spent 30 years with The JBG Companies as a Partner focused on creating and developing vibrant urban and suburban mixed-use, transit orientated communities.


Mr. Lawrence earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from The College of William and Mary.  He later earned a Master of Business Administration Degree in Real Estate and Urban Development at The American University.  He serves on the Board of Trustees of NAIOP and Gonzaga College High School and has served on and created numerous community development associations and Business Improvement Districts. 


 
  William Lynch
Senior Vice President

PNC Real Estate Finance
800 17th Street, NW
Washington, DC  20006
Ph: 202-835-4513

Bill is the Senior Vice President and Market Manager for the Real Estate Banking group in Washington, D.C.  He has been the local market manager for the Washington, D.C. office since June 2002 and has worked in the Washington, D.C. office since 1994.  He started his career at PNC in the corporate banking training program in Pittsburgh in 1991 and subsequently moved to PNC’s Philadelphia Real Estate office in 1992.  Prior to joining PNC, Bill’s previous employers included Price Waterhouse, The Artery Organization and Heller Financial.   

Bill presently serves on the Board of Directors of NAIOP DC|MD and is a member of DCBIA, Northern Virginia NAIOP, ULI Washington and the Greater Washington chapter of the Real Estate Lender’s Association (RELA).  Bill received a BSBA in accounting from Georgetown University in 1985 and a MBA from the University of Notre Dame in 1991.  He is also a CPA.


 
 

William I. Magruder
Senior Vice President

Clark Construction Group, LLC
7500 Old Georgetown Road
Bethesda, MD  20814-6133
ph:  301-272-8100

 

William I. Magruder joined Clark Construction’s Bethesda, Md. office in 1973 and has enjoyed a career with positions of increasing responsibility in the areas of project management, division management, marketing, business development and strategic planning. Over the years, he has led construction teams for many of the D.C. metropolitan area’s commercial projects and landmark buildings, such as the National Museum of the American Indian.


Currently, Mr. Magruder is responsible for acquisition of new business, ensuring that the company achieves the objectives of key clients.


Mr. Magruder is active in both the industry and community. Representative activities have included Past President of the Washington Building Congress, Past President of the Metropolitan Washington Chapter of The Associated Builders and Contractors, Past Chairman of the Inter-County County Task Force, Past Chairman for a fundraising event for the American Cancer Society, and Past President of NAIOP DC/MD Chapter. Currently, he is Chairman of the Board of Trustees for Massanutten Military Academy in Woodstock, Virginia. He earned a bachelor’s of science degree from Susquehanna University.


 
 

Natalie D. McClellan
Manager, Leasing

Brookfield Properties
750 Ninth Ave NW
Suite 700                     
Washington, DC  20001
ph: 202-815-5090

 

Natalie is a leasing representative for Brookfield, US Office Division.  Prior to joining Brookfield Natalie was a Leasing Representative for Brandywine Realty Trust, focused on leasing Brandywine’s suburban Maryland portfolio.  Prior to joining Brandywine Realty Trust in October 2012, Natalie interned with Colliers International’s Government Solutions team. Natalie graduated from the University of Virginia in 2012 with a BA in Foreign Affairs.
 
Natalie is an active member of NAIOP DC | MD and NAIOP Northern Virginia and is Chairperson of REEL.

 
 
 

Greg Meyer
Executive Vice President, DC Region, US Office Division

 

Brookfield Properties
750 9th St NW
Suite 700
Washington,DC  20001-0000

 

Greg Meyer serves as the Washington, DC Regional Head for Brookfield Properties, which consists of 7 million square feet located in Washington, DC, Northern Virginia and suburban Maryland.  He is responsible for setting the strategic direction and overseeing day-to-day operations of Brookfield’s Greater DC portfolio.  

In his 30 year career, Mr. Meyer has held executive level positions with Equity Office Properties, Trammell Crow Company and Penzance Company.

Mr. Meyer holds a BA degree from Hamilton College and an MBA from the University of Virginia’s Darden School.  He is past President of the board of directors for the Golden Triangle Business Improvement District and sits on the board of directors for NAIOP DC/MD.  He is a member of the Economic Club of Washington, DC and Federal City Council.  Mr. Meyer and Brookfield Properties are active supporters of Special Olympics of DC, and The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington.


 
 

Mark Morelock, PE

VIKA
20251 Century Boulevard, Suite 400
Germantown, Maryland  20874
Phone: 301 916-4100

 

Mark Morelock is a partner and principal with VIKA, and currently serves as the Executive Vice President for VIKA Maryland, LLC, overseeing the daily operations for the Planning and Engineering groups as well as serving as principal-in-charge for many of the projects. He has more than 34 years of experience in the field of civil engineering and site development and has been working in the Washington DC region since 1994.


Mark is a member of NAIOP’s Leadership Committee, and was also appointed to serve on the Maryland Governor’s Task Force for Bicycle Safety. Mark holds a Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering from Vanderbilt University, and a Masters of Architecture from Georgia Institute of Technology.  He is a registered PE in multiple states within the Mid-Atlantic region, including Maryland, Virginia, and District of Columbia.


 
 

Stephen Powell
Senior Vice President

 

Realterm
201 West Street            
Annapolis, MD 21401

ph: 410-280-1100


 
  Robert E. Pugh


EDGE Commercial Real Estate
656 Quince Orchard Road
Suite 700
Gaithersburg, MD  20878
ph:  301-222-0211
 


 
  Gregory Rooney
Vice President, Development

The Bernstein Companies
3299 K Street NW
Suite 700
Washington, DC  20007
ph:  202-478-7579

 


Greg Rooney is Vice President of Development for The Bernstein Companies and oversees all aspects of their development practice. He is responsible for the development efforts from the point of raw land acquisition through rezoning, master planning, entitlements, design, and construction processes. Notable current projects include roughly 450,000 SF mixed-use hotel and office development in Bethesda, 800,000 SF of multifamily residential and commercial office in downtown DC, and over 1 million SF of mixed use transit oriented development in Reston VA.  Before joining The Bernstein Companies in 2007, Mr. Rooney owned and operated a development services company that managed numerous multi-family construction projects throughout the mid-Atlantic. A member of numerous development organizations, he also serves on the Board of Directors for the BCC Chamber of Commerce and is Chair of Bethesda Green’s Board of Directors.


 
 

Robert E. Schofield Jr.
Immediate Past President:

 

Bob Schofield, Senior Vice President of Development and Director of  Design and Construction, oversees the design and construction of all Akridge development projects.


With over 25 years of experience in real estate, Bob has managed $1.95 billion of construction and development work, including over 3.5 million square feet of office and 1.5 million square feet of mixed-use space.  Since joining Akridge in 2000 he has been responsible for the execution of Gallery Place, 1201 Eye Street, 900 Seventh Street, Carroll Square, 700 Sixth Street, 7550 Wisconsin Avenue and 1200 Seventh Street.  He has also been responsible for the acquisition and planning of Burnham Place, a 3 million square foot development to be built over the tracks at Washington's Union Station.

 

Bob is a member of many professional organizations, including the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Urban Land Institute and is Past President of NAIOP.

Bob holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Bucknell University.

Akridge
601 13th Street, NW
Suite 300N
Washington, DC  20005
ph:  202-624-8614


 
  Stacy P. Silber
Principal

Lerch, Early & Brewer, Chtd.

7600 Wisconsin Avenue
Suite 700
Bethesda, MD 20814
ph: 301-841-3833

 


Stacy Plotkin Silber is a land use attorney who helps developers, national retailers, senior housing providers, and property owners navigate zoning approvals in Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties in Maryland. Her experience includes master planning, zoning, rezoning, project plans, site plans, subdivisions, historic preservation, affordable housing matters, transferrable development rights, legislative matters, conditional uses, and variances. One client refers to Stacy as “Madame Ambassador” because of her firm but respectful way of advocating for her clients and building coalitions.
 
In addition to helping developers with mixed-use, office, retail, and residential projects, Stacy secures approvals for national retailers and shopping center developers seeking to build or expand on existing or new pad sites, particularly those with drive-thrus. She also represents a number of quick service, fast casual, and upscale casual restaurants.


 
 

Kristi L. Smith
Executive Vice President Development

 


JBG Smith
4445 Willard Avenue
Chevy Chase, MD  20815
ph: 240-333-3600

 

Ms. Smith has over 15 years of real estate development and investment experience. She oversees a development portfolio consisting of DC, MD and VA residential and office mixed-use projects, totaling over 3 million square feet. 


Prior to joining JBG SMITH in 2010, Ms. Smith was with CIM Group as an Investments Associate. She also worked at Clark Realty Capital as a Development Executive. Ms. Smith serves on the Board of Directions for NAIOP DC I MD and is also a board member of DCBIA.


B.S. in Commerce, The McIntire School of Commerce at The University of Virginia; M.B.A. with Distinction, Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.


 
  Michael J. Smith


Lantian Development

Executive Vice President Development

ph:  301-388-5600

 

Mike Smith has recently joined the Montgomery County Executive’s office to serve as the County’s first Ombudsman to Property Owners and the Real Estate Development community. Previously Mike was a Senior Vice President with LCOR Inc. where he led significant real estate development projects in Montgomery County and elsewhere in the metropolitan Washington DC region. He also serves on the Board of the MD/DC Chapter of NAIOP. Mike has a Masters degree in Real Estate Development from MIT.
Mike will leverage his expertise to champion significant real estate investment projects and increase the transparency and responsiveness of the County’s project review and approval process. Mike will also provide an owner/investor/developer perspective on the effects of proposed zoning changes, new master plans and other County land use initiatives on the real estate investment decision-making process. 


 
 

Sri Velamati

President/CIO 

 

Combined Properties, Inc.

1025 Thomas Jeffreson Street, NW

Suite 700 East

Washington, DC  20007
ph: 202-736-2860


Sri Velamati is responsible for directing the Company’s strategic acquisition, development and leasing initiatives.   Combined Properties has an extensive development pipeline that includes residential and hotel projects, featuring ground level retail components, in the Washington, DC and Southern California metropolitan areas.

Mr. Velamati has over 20 years of real estate industry experience.  Prior to joining Combined, he was the COO/Senior Vice President for The Tower Companies where he oversaw development, leasing and operational efforts for their 5 million square foot portfolio and 8 million square foot development pipeline.  Prior to that, he was Development Director for Archstone Smith.


 
  Sally T. Modjeska
Executive Director

NAIOP DC| MD
P.O. Box 2064
Kensington, MD 20891
ph: 301-530-8662
F: 301-530-9234

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