Ryan Whittier

Ryan Whittier


Since 2001, Ryan has provided Owner’s Representative services for developers and stakeholders of mixed-use communities, land, Class A office, condo and multifamily buildings, as well as Tenant’s Representative services for office interiors clients.  

Primary responsibilities include new development, entitlements, contracts, design oversight, construction management, project management, easements, property management and bond release.  


Some of Ryan’s projects include:

Rezoning of a 4.26 acre parcel two blocks from the Silver Line Phase 2 extension of Metro 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, ground floor retail (http://www.themarkatdullesstation.com/).

The Maxwell luxury multifamily building in Arlington, VA – 163 units, underground parking, ground floor retail (http://www.maxwellapts.com/).

Dulles Station East – 186,000 SF Class A trophy office building and adjacent 8 deck parking garage (http://www.dullesstation.com/east_dulles_station.htm).

Orbital Sciences Corporation headquarters campus expansion: build-to-suit 42,000 sf office building including tenant improvements.  

Over 500,000 SF of tenant interior construction 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 development in downtown Pasadena (http://ddr.com/properties/A20130).

640,000sf Hollywood & Highland project in Los Angeles, which includes the $94MM Dolby Theatre – home of the Oscars ceremonies (http://hollywoodandhighland.com/).

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.