Charles K. Nulsen, III
Mr. Nulsen established Washington Property Company in 2005 after serving as Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Atlantic Realty Companies of Vienna, VA for thirteen years.
Mr. Nulsen has over 40 years' experience in commercial real estate and has been responsible for the acquisition and development of 10 million square feet of commercial, residential space in the Washington Metropolitan Area.
Mr. Nulsen's expertise and focus is on development, acquisitions, sales, joint ventures and equity capital. He provides primary oversight to numerous development and redevelopment projects throughout VA and MD, and works closely with the mortgage community in construction and permanent loan placement.
Currently Mr. Nulsen serves on the Board of Children's Hospital Foundation and the Advisory Board of the Kogod School of Business of The American University. He is a past Board Member of Episcopal High School of Alexandria, VA. He is the co-founder of The New Community Foundation Scholarship Program, which provides gap college funding for children in the Shaw neighborhood of Washington, DC. He also sits on the American University Real Estate Council, teaching and mentoring graduate students in the Real Estate program. Additionally, Mr. Nulsen sits on the Advisory Board of the James A. Graaskamp Center for Real Estate, Wisconsin School of Business. Mr. Nulsen, along with his wife, endowed the Executive Directorship at the Babson College Institute for Family Entrepreneurship as a part of Babson College's Centennial Celebration.
Mr. Nulsen is a member of the Urban Land Institute and serves on the Advisory Council. He is an active member of the MD and Northern VA chapters of National Association of Industrial and Office Parks (NAIOP). He is a co-founder of "Empower Montgomery," a 501-C4 bi-partisan political advocacy group of businesses providing a wide range of public education and advocacy activities.
Mr. Nulsen holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Babson College and a Master of Science degree in real estate and urban development from the Kogod School of Business of The American University. Mr. Nulsen and his family reside in Bethesda, MD and Clarke County, VA.[ Main Team Page ]