Annual Real Estate Leadership Lecture
This signature event provides a new generation of real estate development professionals with a rare opportunity to share in the wisdom and wit of the visionary leaders who have shaped and continue to define the National Capital Region.
A Life of Real Estate Leadership
Ray Ritchey serves as senior executive vice president of Boston Properties. He is responsible for all business development, leasing, and marketing as well as new opportunity origination in the Washington, D.C. area. He also directly oversees similar activities on a national basis. Ritchey joined Boston Properties in 1980, leading their expansion to become one of the dominant real estate firms in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area.
Can Regionalism Turn Around Our Deteriorating Economy and Buffer Unprecedented Threats to the National Capital Region's Quality of Life?
Bob Buchanan is one of the real estate industry's best and brightest. Several years ago he recognized that the National Capital Region was entering a new and dangerous economic environment. He created the 2030 Group and single-handedly cajoled the regions's leading real estate professionals to join in the effort to use a regional strategy to understand and confront our growing economic failures.
Leadership In Real Estate—The Fight For Fairfax County
Til Hazel is an attorney and real-estate developer in Northern Virginia who is credited with developing several portions of Fairfax County into major commercial areas from the 1960s through the present. He was involved in the creation of Tysons Corner, Virginia, considered one of the country's most successful privately funded developments.