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15 Things You Need to Know This Morning

15 Things You Need to Know This Morning
What You Don't Know About Lynn Hackney
Title: President, UrbanPace.
Where from: Grew up in Wilmington, NC and Richmond, VA. Dad was a Baptist minister and mom was a realtor.
How She Got Her Start: First job out of college was at a bank specializing in real estate development loans and subsequently went bust during the early 90's. Saw the bull and the bear within a two-year time period. Thought it was fascinating.
Projects UrbanPace is known for: Selling many of the region's biggest condo projects, including The Chastleton in Dupont Circle, 2501 Penn in the West End, and The Aston—the first condo project on 14th Street.
# of Listings Urban Pace Has Today: 20.
Favorite vacation destination: Her house in Mt. Tremblant, Quebec. 
Favorite music group: Grateful Dead—saw over 350 shows.
Favorite book: Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.
Favorite movie: Pulp Ficton.
Favorite food: Black Bean Burrito.
Startling facts: Finishing her sommelier designation next summer, speaks enough French to be "dangereux." Won the regional spelling bee in 6th grade. Other things cannot be put in print.


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