November 09, 2016
KETTLER CEO Tops the Business Journal’s Power 100 List for the Fifth Consecutive Year
For the fifth consecutive year, Robert C. Kettler, Chairman, CEO and founder of Kettler, has been named to the Washington Business Journal’s list of most powerful area business leaders.
The Business Journal’s “Power 100” includes the Washington area's “playmakers” and “most influential or newsmaker business leaders who moved something forward or made headlines in 2016,” the newspaper said.
In addition to Bob Kettler, the Power 100 included President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama; Marillyn Hewson, CEO Lockheed Martin Corp.; Ted Leonsis, Chairman, Monumental Sports & Entertainment; and Steve Case, CEO, Revolution.
Kettler, who runs one of greater Washington, D.C.’s leading real estate development and property management companies, was praised by the paper for “always building something,” including the overhaul of the 18-acre SAIC campus in Tysons, and the massive Market Terminal project which is nearing final approval.
Kettler and Kettler Management are owners, operators, and developers of apartments, condominiums, and mixed-use projects in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area and throughout the mid-Atlantic region. Headquartered in Tysons, VA, the company has developed over 20,000 multifamily units, 5 million square feet of commercial space, more than 46,000 homes in 25 master-planned communities and many of the region’s premier mixed-use communities. Kettler Management successfully manages 30,000+ apartments for Kettler and 3rd party clients from New York to South Carolina and Texas and offers a full range of services to corporate and institutional real estate owners. For more information, visit www.kettler.com.