Balancing vision and innovation with experience and integrity, Lerner Enterprises has become a respected leader in Washington area development. Its founding partner, Theodore N. Lerner, established principles early in his career which he and his family have maintained in guiding this family-owned and operated organization. Well known for its involvement in such high-profile regional shopping centers as White Flint, Dulles Town Center and Tysons II Galleria, Lerner Enterprises develops large-scale office buildings, office and business parks, regional malls and shopping centers, hotels, residential communities, mixed-use facilities and land development projects. Lerner Enterprises manages more than 20 million square feet of commercial and retail space, as well as more than 22,000 private homes and over 7,000 apartment units, comprise an impressive portfolio; a portfolio which illustrates the diverse capabilities of Lerner Enterprises to plan, develop, and construct well-designed and high-quality properties to their greatest potential.
The Tower Companies
Building successful communities and work places has been the driving force of The Tower Companies for almost 50 years. Leading the team of architects, engineers and general contractors to create properties of lasting value is its greatest strength. Maintaining long-term relationships with its tenants, interests in its projects and ties to its community have fostered The Tower Companies' growth into one of the premier real estate development and property management firms in the Washington Metropolitan region.
Perhaps it is because The Tower Companies are family-owned that the quality and endurance of relationships is so important. Family members are personally involved in every phase of design, development and property management, working to assure the integrity of each project and the satisfaction of each tenant. The firm's success has been notable: The Tower Companies have developed more than 3,000,000 square feet of office space, 3,500 apartment units, neighborhood shopping centers and regional malls (including White Flint and Landover) in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia.