Schmoozarama (con't)! And...Next Event!
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More Bisnow on Bisnow Schmoozarama photos (see details in yesterday's issue); thanks again to Arent Fox for the remarkable party in their offices, and also to Chicago Title for additional support.
Just like the old days, our advisory board Chairman, John Donovan, right, holds court. With him, from left, former GSA Building Commissioner Joe Moravec (a consultant now, but Joe, we like to give you a fancy title),Abdo’s (and let’s also not forget former Deputy DC Mayor) Eric Price,Randall Hagner SVP George Voris and Chairman John Sargent.
Staubach big deal broker Ellen Herman, Perkins + Will local chief Rusty Meadows, Rand Construction president Jon Couch.
From left, Bernstein Companies’ president Adam Bernstein andBoard of Trade President Jim Dinegar stand with two generations ofSegals: Newmark’s Earl, right, and his son Michael of Land America.(Earl’s on our advisory board, and we broke down and allowed him to bring his kid. Little did we know he’d be a new, improved version, so it may be Earl who drops off future invites.)
From left, Group Goetz Architects’ Thomas Hart, Rappaport’s Henry Fonvielle, ING Clarion’s Marc DeLuca, and Rappaport’s Mike Howard.
We tell people to mingle, but those SmithGroup people are all just so close they hang together: from left, Esther Simon (she designed the AIPACheadquarters), David Varner (he’s doing the one million SF re-design of the old Nassif DOT building in SW), and marketing head (and former CREWpresident) Elaine Gray.
Young guns 3DG Design’s John Goldman and Lowe’s Jeff Millerenlivened the party.
Cafritz CEO Margie Nesbitt and architect Darrel Rippeteau.
K3 Construction president Jeff Martello, CRESA’s Gene Sachs, andBrookfield regional head Paul Schulman (evidently the Brad Pitt ofBisnow—perilously close to reaching his quota on pictures).
CBRE Virginia head Brad Flickinger, FOX Architects Sabret Flocos,Lowe's Sarah Hubbard, Davis Construction prez Dennis Cotter.