Peter Zadoretzky has over thirty years experience in the areas of development, strategic planning, financing and construction management.A graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology with a professional license in engineering, Peter has provided the full-spectrum of leadership and management in the areas of land planning and development, real estate due diligence and evaluations, development programming and implementation, strategic planning, debt and equity placements and real estate advisory services on behalf of OA Partners’ corporate clients, private REITS, opportunity funds, pension funds, insurance companies and regulated institutional lenders.Peter has years of hands-on experience based on a wide variety of projects in the Washington, D.C./Baltimore Metropolitan area, Boston, Cambridge, Knoxville, Dallas, Savannah, Hampton Roads, Atlanta and other national markets.He has and continues to provide high-level expertise and management services successfully on numerous urban and suburban mixed-use, commercial office, industrial and residential projects.
National Society of Professional Engineers
NSPE Committee, Professional Engineers in Construction
Maryland Society of Professional Engineers
Member, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association
Stephen Plescow has more than thirty-five years experience in real estate development, civil engineering, land planning, zoning and entitlements; and project and construction management. He has held senior management roles with national homebuilders, WCI Communities, Centex, and Toll Brothers as well as international resort developers Intrawest Corporation. Holding a professional engineering license in Virginia and Michigan, his recent real estate development work has been primarily in the Washington D.C. metropolitan market area but he also has national experience with past projects in over twenty states and international experience in Japan. Stephen has particular expertise in the formation and management of project teams, master planning and securing complex zoning approvals and engineering entitlements and the evaluation of properties for development potential and engineering feasibility analysis. Project types include commercial, retail, mixed-use, residential, civic and industrial, and recreational facilities. Stephen earned his Civil Engineering degree with minors in Architecture and Urban Planning from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and earned a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Richmond. He resides in Middleburg, Virginia where he has served as the Chairman of the Town Planning Commission, and as a member of the Town Historic District Review Committee. He volunteers, and is Vice President of the 7 Loaves Services, a community food bank and charitable foundation.