Real Estate Developer Gary Nordheimer Launches Web Site Showcases Breadth of Real Estate, Telecommunications, Investment Projects

WASHINGTON, DC – Washington, DC-based real estate developer, investor and entrepreneur Gary Nordheimer has launched a new Web site,, to showcase recent projects.

A long-time Washington developer, Gary Nordheimer has focused real estate efforts in recent years on renovation and redevelopment efforts, recently completing refurbishment of the Palisade Apartments in Northwest Washington, DC, reconstituting a former Brownfield in Cambridge, MD, and renovating several office properties and historic homes in New York City, Richmond and Washington's historic Georgetown neighborhood. The Web site was developed to support Nordheimer's efforts, highlighting areas of property type and geographic focus.

About his redevelopment efforts, said Nordheimer: "There are so many terrific older properties in this country. Rather than simply tearing them down or watching them deteriorate, I think we have an obligation to care for the resources that have already been dedicated to these structures. There's also tremendous opportunity in turning these gems into workable, livable spaces for future generations. I'm happy to be able to lend my expertise to these worthwhile projects."

Nordheimer also acts in an advisory capacity to sons Brad and Rod Nordheimer, who're building their own entrepreneurial portfolios. The family recently launched to showcase the trio's real estate development and investment projects.

More About Gary Nordheimer

Gary Nordheimer is a real estate developer and investor with portfolio properties along the East Coast, and an entrepreneur focused on providing counsel and investment in early-stage companies in a variety of industries, including hospitality, biotech, energy and technology. Among his investment and redevelopment projects are the Georgetown Inn and Apolline Condominiums, in Washington, DC, several buildings in New York's Financial District and a historic multifamily property in Richmond.

Nordheimer is also president of Teleconferencing Services, LLC, an online resource for audio, video and Web conferencing services owned by sons Brad and Rod Nordheimer and partners.

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