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 13 years.
With over 40 years of experience in commercial real estate, Mr. Nulsen has been responsible for the acquisition and development of eight million square feet of commercial, residential, and retail space in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.
Mr. Nulsen’s expertise and focus is on development, acquisitions, sales, joint ventures, and equity capital. He provides primary oversight for numerous development and redevelopment projects throughout Virginia and Maryland, and works closely with the mortgage community in construction and permanent loan placement.
Currently, Mr. Nulsen serves on the Boards of Children's National Foundation and American University’s Kogod School of Business. Mr. Nulsen 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 serves on the Advisory Boards of the University of Wisconsin’s Graaskamp Center for Real Estate and the Urban Land Institute’s Washington District Council. In recent years, Mr. Nulsen co-founded Empower Montgomery, a 501-C4 political advocacy group in Montgomery County, MD. He is a past Board member of Episcopal High School of Alexandria, VA.
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 College of Business Administration of The American University. He and his family reside in Bethesda, MD and Clarke County, VA.
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