The Bisnow 35! Part 4
A shoutout to our newest sponsor, Forrester Construction, whose booming business has given it a new Herndon office besides its longtime Rockville headquarters. Among current projects: big interiors for the American Trucking Association and Nuclear Regulatory Commission. At Gallaudet they're doing a $22 mm project, in Alexandria a $16 mm Kimpton Hotel, and in Silver Spring a $20 mm FDA facility. Not surprisingly, they bagged three MD/DC NAIOP awards Thursday, for the Rockville Library, Mazza Gallerie and Agraria Restaurant.
Cindy Cogil and Craig St. Clair, SmithGroup
The 34-year-old Cogil is the firm’s lead mechanical engineer. She is a nationally recognized expert in sustainable design and was the lead engineer on the Chesapeake Bay Foundation headquarters, the first LEED Platinum building in the US. Recent projects for 29-year-old architect St. Clair include Akridge’s Carroll Square, Carr America’s Terrell Place and Shooshan’s Liberty Center. St. Clair heads the SmithGroup’s Christmas in April effort and is an aspiring pilot.
Calvin Gladney, Anacostia Waterfront Corporation
VP Gladney handled negotiations for a 6-acre, $80mm mixed-use development on the Anacostia Waterfront and manages relationships with DC’s Office of Planning and the Historic Preservation Review Board, among others. A Harvard Law grad and former Latham & Watkins attorney, the 34-year-old Gladney is on the executive committee of ULI Washington.
Bess Vouzikas, Vornado/Charles E. Smith
The 34-year-old Vouzikas handles the enormous job of overseeing third-party accounting for Vornado. With 10 years of real estate experience, this big-time Redskins and Terps fan has "consistently shown a level of professional demeanor well beyond her years" and her bosses say she has taken client service to a new level.
Scott Hoffman, and David Perlstein, Studley
Already recognized three times as one of Studley’s top 60 brokers, the 33-year-old Hoffman has built an impressive list of clients like APCO Worldwide, Shearman & Sterling, and Hanley Wood. A GW grad, he was recently made Senior Managing Director, the second highest level a Studley broker can reach. Perlstein, 30, is "brilliant with numbers" and has represented heavyweight clients like WilmerHale, AARP, and Accenture. When he’s not handling big deals, this Yale grad mentors new Studley analysts in real estate finance.
Dan Falls and Ryan Miller, CBRE (Virginia)
Falls works with CB superstars Rob Faktorow and Terry Reiley handling big landlord rep deals like South Lake at Dulles Corner. A relative newcomer to real estate, 31-year-old Falls nearly made the PGA tour and impressed his bosses when he eagled his the first hole on their first ever outing. Shortly after joining the Virginia office, 26-year-old Miller claimed CBRE’s Regional Rookie of the Year award and started a nationwide junior broker program for the firm. Known as a "fearless networker," his bosses expect him to soon be one of the regions’ top brokers.
Ryan Wade, MRP Realty
A founding principal of MRP Realty, 34-year old Wade is described as a "deal animal" who has brought in over 20 million SF of new deals in the past 20 months including Washington Gateway and Potomac Yards. As you’ve read here before, Wade is a former UNC lacrosse star and has a Masters of Real Estate from Johns Hopkins.
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John and Georgette Goldman, 3DG Architecture and Design
From their 2nd bedroom to 20 employees in 4 years time, the husband and wife principals behind 3DG Architecture and Design have completed commercial, single family and multi-unit projects from 7th St. Bethesda to Fairfax. Recent works include the 35k SF conversion of a residential building on 16th St. into a new headquarters for non-profit Family and Child Services.
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