Direct tel 202.585.1153
Direct fax 202.521.7953
Shawn Goldstein has 14 years of project management experience.
Her background includes interior design, retail, property
management and construction management. Shawn is currently
working on both
commercial and residential projects throughout the District.
While at The National Press Building, she managed the Shops
at the National Press; participating in lease negotiations,
lease administration and construction coordination. Recent
relevant experience includes: project management for District
Façade Improvement Programs, specifically Georgia Avenue
and Anacostia to date; National Partnership of Women ( 15,000
SF); Vivendi Universal Government Relations office (5040
SF); All Steel Showroom (10,000). She is an active member of
District of Colombia Building Industry Association, a founding
of the DCBIA Retail Development Committee. In addition has
served on The Board of Governors of the Washington Building
Congress and The F Street Task Force-Downtown DC BID and is
on the Mayors Retail Task Force.
Direct tel 202.585.1155
Direct fax 202.521.7955
Carl Nasr’s 13 years in the real estate industry
have included experience in commercial, hotel, and residential development
and management. He assisted in the development and opening
Chase Pavilion, while at the Donohoe Companies. From there
he managed the complete renovation of the Hampton Inn,
Frederick MD. The scope
included the complete refurbishment of all guest rooms
and suites as well as public areas. Most recently, at the National
he directed the implementation of a varied capital improvement
programs including major office and retail build-outs,
renovation, roof replacement, hallway redecoration and
bathroom upgrades. He
also oversaw complex financing issues regarding the building's
ownership as well as the preparation of budget projections
relating to the building.
Direct tel 202.585.1154
Direct fax 202.521.7954
Rajiv Shah’s 10 years experience
in real estate includes the construction of both commercial and residential projects.
career started with the development, construction and sales
of a large residential subdivision. Later at the National Press Building,
he managed the tenant improvements for the some 60 average
transactions that occurred annually. He has a strong background in project estimating,
sub contractor selections and project management. Over the
several years, he has managed in excess of $7 million of
construction; several of them were occupied and required complex phasing requirements.
He is an active member of the DC Building Industry Association’s
Commercial Construction Group.