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Eric H. West , LEED AP

Co-Founder/Principal

SELECT CLIENTS

American Forest & Paper Association
American Iron and Steel
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Consumer Healthcare Products Association
Managed Funds Association
National Council on Aging
Pew Research Center
Save the Children International
The National Parks Conservation Association
U.S. Travel Association

Eric is a founding principal of West, Lane & Schlager, LLC, specializing in tenant representation and strategic real estate consulting primarily to associations, foundations, and non-governmental organizations.

EXPERIENCE

Eric entered the commercial real estate industry in 1987 as a broker for Barrueta & Associates (currently known as Transwestern). For the first five years of his career, Eric represented landlords such as the Washington Harbour and the Lion Building. In 1992, Eric switched his practice focus to representing tenants.

During his 30-year career in commercial real estate, Eric earned a reputation as a strategic market expert, creative negotiator, and leader in nonprofit tenant representation.

INDUSTRY FOCUS & INDUSTRY RECOGNITION

Eric has represented over 200 nonprofit organizations. As a result of his unmatched industry experience, Eric has created a unique process and unique decision making tools to maximize efficiency and allow clients to measure the success of their project.

Industry peers also acknowledge the analysis and creativity recognized by his clients and peers. He was awarded the 2015 Washington, D.C. Area Broker of the Year, is a 3-time winner of Washington, DC Deal of the Year, as well as the recipient of the Westchester County and Fairfield County Deal of the Year in 2014.

EDUCATION, PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS & COMMUNITY WORK

Eric holds a Bachelor’s degree in American History from Tulane University, and completed Harvard Business School’s Owner/President Management Program in 2004.

Eric is currently on the Board of Directors for the Nonprofit Finance and Administration Roundtable, and has served on the Board of Directors for Eagle Bank, MicroBioTest, Inc., Israel Bonds and the Board of Governors and Directors of the Hebrew Home of Greater Washington.

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