Jair Lynch Meets with the Philip Payton Society (PPS) for Minorities in Real Estate

In The News March 25, 2019
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Recently, members of the Philip Payton Society (PPS) for Minorities in Real Estate traveled down to Washington DC to visit , one of DC’s largest minority-owned and successful development firms.

On the visit, they met with the company’s founder and CEO , who talked to them about the company’s development strategy for creating unique places in urban settings.

, and were also given a tour of the ame’ of DC project by and .

The project is a renovation of the 644-room Meridian Hotel which was originally built in 1942 to house women who moved to the District for jobs during WWII. Most recently it was used as a dormitory by , who gave the development rights to JL in 2015. The project is located in the historic Meridian Hill District and will be managed by .

The trip was an amazing opportunity for PPS members to connect with a minority-owned firm that is having substantial success in the real estate industry.

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