In The News November 15, 2017
NAHB’s Multifamily Pillars of the Industry Awards – ANTHOLOGY is a Finalist!

ANTHOLOGY has been submitted in the 2017 Multifamily Pillars of the Industry Awards program in the Best Mid-Rise Apartment Community (6 to 9 stories) category and was selected as a finalist!  Becoming a finalist is a great honor, and we here at Jair Lynch Real Estate Partners are extremely proud of our project’s accomplishment.  ... more

In The News November 10, 2017
Jair Lynch Part of Bisnow Multifamily Annual Conference, East

Please join Bisnow and Jair Lynch for the Sixth Annual BMAC East conference on November 28th at the Renaissance Washington, D.C Downtown Hotel. Jair will discuss various aspects of the real estate industry while covering important topics such as renovations & adaptive reuse. As any Bisnow event, there will be plenty of networking opportunities to connect with Jair Lynch and... more

In The News November 8, 2017
Jair Lynch to lead REAP’s DC Fall 2017 Site Tour & Mixer

Jair Lynch will lead DC REAP (Real Estate Associate Program) members & alumni on a tour of Jair Lynch Real Estate Partners’ properties.  A cocktail mixer from 7-9pm is to follow. To learn more about REAP, please click here: http://www.projectreap.org/. more

In The News November 3, 2017
Kaleena Lee to be honored at Bisnow’s Women of Influence

Bisnow’s Power Series initiative, held annually across the U.S. aims to shine a bright light on the women making a big impact in the real estate industry, and this year, Kaleena Lee has been added to the group.  It is an evening cocktail event taking place on December 14th.  Join us as we celebrate Kaleena! Read more about... more

In The News November 1, 2017
Development Manager Kaleena Lee’s Interview with Washington Business Journal

Kaleena Francis Lee has grown up along with Jair Lynch Real Estate Partners. She called the firm on a whim as a college student at American University. Fourteen years later, she is the development manager behind the 2016 delivery of Anthology apartments on H Street NE and the in-progress 1250 Half St. SE, a 460,000... more