Re-Imagining Urban Places

Jair Lynch Real Estate Partners specializes in the responsible transformation of walkable urban places. We do this by combining social responsibility with sound economic development in pursuit of creating sustainable, extraordinary neighborhoods that connect to the soul of a place.

Our goal is to be a catalyst for transforming neighborhoods that will
create value for our stakeholders, which include:

Our Investors

via joint ventures in income producing properties
and/or new development projects

Our Clients

via consulting assignments for real estate advisory, structured finance and development services

Founded in 1998, we have developed over 4.2 million sf of real estate projects valued at over $1 billion and have almost 1.7 million sf of development in progress valued at more than $650 million.

Our portfolio includes residential, commercial, retail and institutional projects, including 12 LEED® certified projects in the District of Columbia.  Our projects have been recognized with national and regional awards, including honors from AIA and Royal Institute of British Architects.

3Tree Flats

Community Impact Award, Washington Business Journal Best Real Estate Deals

Top 5 Finalist for Reader’s Choice Award for Top Urban Project, Affordable Housing Finance Magazine
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DC Public Library Branches
Francis Gregory & William O'Lockridge

International Award for Architectural Excellence, Royal Institute of British Architects
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Capital Area Food Bank

Best Industrial/Flex Space Award, Washington Business Journal Best Real Estate Deals
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Solea Condominiums

LEED® Neighborhood Development Certification & Builder’s Choice Award
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Friendship PCS Southeast Academy

Community Impact Award, Washington Business Journal Best Real Estate Deals
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UNCF

LEED® Silver Certification for Commercial Interiors
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King Greenleaf Recreation Center

Design Excellence, American Institute of Architects, Washington D.C. Chapter
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Lamond Recreation Center

First LEED® Silver Certification in the District of Columbia
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