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12 Things You Need to Know This Morning

12 Things You Need to Know This Morning

What You Don't Know about Bruce Pascal

Photo above: With daughters Arielle and Carly.
Hometown: DC.
Title: SVP, Vornado/Charles E. Smith.
What that means: Coordinates leasing for the largest real estate owner in region.
Recent projects: 800 17th Street, N., 1999 K Street, NW, and 1255 25th Street, NW. 
School: GW.
First job: New Accounts at Madison National Bank in D.C.
Biggest challenge: Trying to lease a portfolio to single digit occupancy in a double digit market.
Favorite music group/song: Beatles/Hey Jude, can't get tune out of his mind.
Favorite book: Any great biography, e.g., of Doron Almog, Israeli general who was first off plane at Entebbe.
Last movie seen: The Hunger Games, reminds him of days as a commercial real estate agent.
Favorite vacay: Venice, Italy.
Favorite restaurant/dish: Tosca in D.C. (see the Italian theme?). Chicken parm, but hold the parm. 
Family factoids: Older daughter works at Google in Ann Arbor, and is engaged to fellow Google employee; younger daughter at Wash U in St. Louis; wife Amy is his best supporter and friend.
Hobbies: Avid collector of Hot Wheels--has over 5,000 of them; obsessed with classic cars.
Startling fact: Co-wrote a book on the history of Rare Hot Wheels and actually has it published and for sale.


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