Fri, 15/02/2013 - 06:09
Washington Property Company of Bethesda, Maryland has appointed Bruce McElvein as general counsel.
With more than 25 years of experience in commercial real estate and corporate law, McElvein (pictured) was previously in private law practice in Washington, DC, Los Angeles and Lexington, Kentucky.
He also has served as an appointee in the administrations of Presidents George HW Bush and George W Bush.
In addition to McElvein, three other individuals recently have joined WPC’s team.
R William Mitchell has joined WPC as construction manager, overseeing the procurement of construction, design and other services for WPC’s multi-family development projects. He came to WPC from Charron Consulting and has six years of construction management experience.
Aretha Orton is a new property manager for WPC, overseeing management of the company’s Rockville, Maryland and Alexandria, Virginia properties. She has over ten years of real estate experience, managing over 600,000 square feet of commercial property throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan region.
Janel Kausner has joined WPC as a financial analyst and development associate, responsible for supporting all phases of WPC’s development projects. She previously provided historic preservation consulting services for more than 30 successful projects.
Established by Charles K Nulsen, III, WPC is involved in a full range of real estate investment services including acquisition, land use, development, property management, leasing, and construction management. WPC has developed more than eight million square feet of commercial space in the Washington, DC metropolitan area and currently has over 1.6 million residential square feet under development.
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