Ryan Whittier

Ryan Whittier

Ryan joined Crimson Partners in 2002, after working for Trizec|Hahn in Pasadena and Los Angeles, California.  Primary responsibilities include new development, entitlements, marketing, design oversight, project management, and asset management for mixed-use communities, Class A office, condo and multifamily buildings.  

 Some of Ryan’s projects include:

-Re-planning and re-zoning a 4.26 acre parcel two blocks from the Silver Line Phase 2 extension of Metro at Innovation Center in Fairfax County from a 180,000 sf Office entitlement to 415,000 sf of Multifamily


-The Mark at Dulles Station luxury multifamily building: 169 units, parking garage, 16,500 sf retail

-The Maxwell luxury multifamily building in Arlington, VA – 163 units, underground parking, ground floor retail

-Dulles Station East 186,000 SF Class A trophy office building and adjacent 8 deck parking garage

-Orbital Sciences Corporation headquarters campus expansion: turn-key build-to-suit 42,000 sf office building

-Over 500,000 SF of tenant interiors in Class A office buildings throughout Northern Virginia

-Over $30MM of site work, including new public and private road construction, traffic signals, storm water management ponds, easements, utility installations, fiber re-locations, road expansions, community park programming and construction, VDOT street acceptance, and bond release

-540,621sf Paseo Colorado mixed-use shopping, dining, and Apartment development in downtown Pasadena (for Trizec|Hahn)

-640,000sf Hollywood & Highland project in Los Angeles, which includes the $94MM Dolby Theatre – home of the Oscars ceremonies (for Trizec|Hahn)

Throughout his career, Ryan has been active in the Urban Land Institute and the Washington Building Congress. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from James Madison University.