Kedrick Whitmore is a land use, zoning, and real estate attorney. Ked advises clients on the legislative, administrative, and regulatory issues that impact real estate development projects, including land use planning, zoning, subdivision, and permitting issues.
He appears on behalf of clients in related administrative appeals. Ked is experienced in financing, acquisition, management, leasing, and disposition of commercial and residential real property.
He also assists lending institutions with the management and disposition of loans, including workouts, modifications, and foreclosures. Ked is a board member of the Venable Foundation.
- Represented a national real estate trust in obtaining zoning and land use approvals for development of a 699-unit apartment building with more than 30,000 square feet of ground floor retail space in Pentagon City, Arlington, Virginia
- Represented a national real estate trust in a $15 million purchase of more than 600,000 square feet of transferable development rights (TDRs) in Arlington County, Virginia
- Served as land use counsel to a real estate development firm, during the construction and sale of a $222 million apartment and townhouse development in Rosslyn, Arlington, Virginia
- Represented a major U.S. investment management firm in the acquisition and management of several industrial properties
- Obtained government approvals for conversion of a vacant office building to a mixed-use live/work space, with 216 apartment units and 25,000 square feet of co-working office space in Crystal City, Arlington, Virginia
- J.D. cum laude University of Maryland School of Law 2008
- B.A. cum laude Longwood University 2004
Bar Admissions : District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia
Professional Memberships :
- Member, Northern Virginia Chapter of the Commercial Real Estate Development Association
- Member, Leadership Arlington
Community : Board member, Culpepper Garden
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