Christian Chambers’ background in real estate includes procuring, capitalizing and developing acquisition and development opportunities. As a Partner with Crimson, he is responsible for the overall direction and management of the firm’s acquisition and development initiatives. During his career, he has been responsible for acquiring and developing approximately two and a half million square feet of hotel, commercial and residential properties with an overall capitalization of over eight hundred million dollars.
Before joining Crimson Partners, Christian was a Senior Vice President and director of the Washington, DC office for Philadelphia-based BPG Properties, LTD. While at BPG he was responsible for the regional operations of BPG’s two million square foot commercial office operating portfolio and one and a half million square feet of office, hotel and retail development pipeline. Prior to BPG, Christian was with UK-based Grosvenor Property & Partnership as well as Washington, DC-based Quadrangle Development, where he spent the majority of his career and was instrumental in the acquisition, financing and development of projects such as the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort, Camden Court Apartments, Mount Vernon Place, 2020 K Street expansion, 1875 K Street, Marriott at Whiteflint and MedImmune Inc.’s corporate headquarters. Christian started his career with the Clark Construction Group.
Christian is a member of the Urban Land Institute and Northern Virginia chapter of NAIOP. Christian holds his Bachelor’s degree from Cornell University in Landscape Architecture and Urban Design, a Master’s Degree in Engineering from Catholic University and has done work on his MBA in Real Estate and Finance at Johns Hopkins University.