The Bisnow 35 – Final List!
35 Under 35 list concludes today! To call them "rising stars" may understate it—many are already there, symbolized by the honorary chairman of our upcoming Tuesday celebration, developer Jair Lynch. Special thanks to our distinguished (and anonymous) panel that made the selections. And thanks again to presenting sponsor Pillsbury Winthrop, plus co-hosts LandAmerica, Reznick Group, Clark Construction, and 3DG Architecture & Design.
Hey, apologies to Bob Peck, our wonderful friend who we mistakenly said worked for Studley, not Staubach. C’mon, don’t they sound a little alike? But just to be sure we don’t do again, here's what we're writing on the blackboard: Bob Peck works at Staubach. Bob Peck works at Staubach. Bob Peck works at Staubach. Bob Peck works at Staubach. Bob Peck works at Staubach. Bob Peck works at Staubach...
And now, back to our regular programming:
Malcolm Marshall and Peter Marcin, Cushman & Wakefield (DC)
The 34-year-old Marshall is the youngest ever to become a Cushman Director, representing big clients like BMC Software, Raytheon, ManTech, and Comsys. Also 34, Marcin runs Cushman’s Federal Practice Group and has also been an architect, construction manager, and attorney. This Catholic law grad, huge UVa sports fan, and father of two has represented the Feds in transactions of more than 2.5 million SF.
Sean McDermott and Amy Bowser, Jones Lang LaSalle
28-year-old McDermott is a member of JLL’s investment sales team. He "doesn’t mind getting dirty with the numbers" and has been involved in $3 billion worth of sales in his 4 years with the firm. This Tufts grad grew up overseas and is a big soccer fan. 32-year-old Bowser is a VP in JLL’s brokerage group and works with big clients like Russell Reynolds, Goulston & Storrs, and SEIU. A Pennsylvania native, Bowser is an avid golfer and on the GWCAR Board.
Charlie Carroccio and Mark Klug, CBRE
These guys are truly young. 27-year-old Carroccio has completed an impressive 33 transactions totaling 217k SF in his two years with the firm. Described as the "consummate real estate professional," this Washington & Lee grad taught 5th grade and coached lacrosse before getting into the business. Klug is a UNC grad and, working with Bruce Pascal, assisted in closing over 120 leases his first year. This 25-year-old is an avid golfer and grew up in a real estate family in North Carolina.
The Marketing Mavens: Louise Boulton-Lear, Davis Construction; Natasha Stancill, Monument Realty; and Mary Margaret Hiller, Akridge
33-year-old Boulton-Lear, a UK native who spent three years in the Caymans as a Scuba enthusiast, has managed her firm’s marketing since 2001, making sure those blue Davis Construction arrows are visible across the region. Stancill, 32, manages Monument’s marketing and is responsible for putting those yellow M’s everywhere. "Active in the community" is an understatement for this Mary Washington grad, who has big roles in the Real Estate Group, CREW, and the JDRF Real Estate Games. Hiller, the 30-year-old Alabama native who’s marcom director for Akridge, does branding, project marketing, investor and community relations, and events. She went to Auburn and has a background both in graphic design and advertising.
Ganon Rich, West, Lane & Schlager
A sculptor by training, 32-year-old Rich taps his creative streak to deliver for big clients like the Ocean Conservancy. This Hobart grad has produced more than $1.75 million in fees over the past 5 years, reflecting over $59 million in leases. He’s still sculpting and continues to exhibit his bronzes around the area.
Adam Williamowsky, BLT Steak
We’re making Adam an honorary member of the Bisnow 35, because he does something critical: keeps our readers fed at what has become the hottest real estate joint in town. But it’s not all steak for Williamowsky judging from this picture. Is BLT Fish coming to DC?
Two to watch:
Ethan Marsh, Group Goetz Architects
The 29-year-old Lehigh grad is a project architect for the modernization of the Commerce Department’s Herbert Hoover Building headquarters.
Bryant Richardson, Bear Companies
The 30-year-old Richardson recently left mega-firm DLA Piper to take the General Counsel post at the Bear Companies. The Miami law grad oversees legal aspects of cutting edge deal structures for commercial real estate projects across the US.
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