Jonathan B. Eisen
|A native of Washington, D.C., Jon Eisen enjoys the history of his hometown, as well as the constantly evolving cities where he does his work. Across the United States, Mr. Eisen has contributed to more than 60 mixed-use projects. Trained as an architect and urban planner, Jon works with private developers, universities and municipalities to create special and successful places. He is currently leading the planning, architecture and strategy for major developments in 11 different states and the District of Columbia. Local projects such as One Loudoun, National Harbor, Crown Farm, Crystal City Revitalization, Reston Town Center Phase II, Bethesda Row, Park Potomac, Crocker Park and The Village of Valley Forge all bear his handiwork.
At TEG, Jon Eisen has had a hand in more than 20 million square feet of mixed-use planning, architecture and development consulting. Earlier in his career, Jon worked on large-scale projects such as the U.S. Holocaust Museum in Washington D.C., Mizner Park in Boca Raton, Colorado Center in Denver and Channelside in Tampa, Florida. He counsels developers, landowners, universities, cities and towns about development possibilities in their sites and municipalities. Washington, D.C. officials recently engaged Jon to analyze and recommend city-wide improvements to its aging commercial districts.
Jon Eisen speaks regularly at local and national industry conferences and before government gatherings. He sits on the National Council with the Urban Land Institute and is on the board and teaches for the College of Architecture and Real Estate at the University of Maryland.