Greenhill Capital Provides New Business and Housing Developments to D.C./Metro

Greenhill Capital, co-sponsor of the Wheaton World Fair, is reaching out to drive growth and expansion through residential and commercial real estate development in the D.C./Metro area.

Bethesda, MD, May 04, 2010 --( Our nation's capital is home to a wealth of government buildings and historical gems, but for its residents it's also a place of booming industrialism and home to a rapidly growing population of men, women and children from all over the world. The D.C./Metro area is booming, driven forward by the team at Greenhill Capital.

For over 30 years Greenhill Capital has been committed to development in D.C.'s business and residential sectors. The company's diverse portfolio of residential, commercial and industrial properties in the D.C./Metro area include a retail location on 10th and F Street NW, near the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the White Flint Metro Redevelopment Site at Rockville, MD, Albemarle Apartments at 17th St, NW and the former Hungarian Embassy at 15th St., NW, among others.

At Greenhill, it isn't just about great buildings. It's about making those buildings great for the people who live, laugh, work and love inside their walls.

"As important as the right property is, the right people can make all the difference," states Greenberg. "At Greenhill… our lean organizational structure allows our staff to focus on developing relationships as well as properties for an unsurpassed level of tenant care and services. While Greenhill may be a small company, we know there are no small details."

The company currently has numerous retail and residential projects in progress along the D.C. Metrorail Red Line, including Bethesda, Beltsville, Odenton and Wheaton. A full portfolio of past, present and future development projects can be viewed on the web at

Greenhill is also the co-sponsor of the Wheaton World Fair.

"Greenhill is a dynamic, diversified real estate company that develops, owns and manages real estate properties (throughout) the Washington Metropolitan area," says Greenhill Capital spokesman Richard Greenberg. "Working closely and effectively with tenants, zoning boards, local governments and civic organizations, Greenhill is committed to adding value to the businesses we serve and enhancing the quality of life in the region we call home."

Learn more about Greenhill's redevelopment efforts in the Washington D.C./Metro area by visiting them on the web at

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Richard Greenberg