Douglas Ebenstein President and Chairman Board Capital Commercial Properties, Inc.
OUR CEO – MR. DOUGLAS EBENSTEIN
Over the past half century, Mr. Ebenstein has guided numerous retail leasing and development efforts throughout the east coast – primarily in the Washington DC Metropolitan region, which includes the Maryland and Virginia suburbs.
Through Capital Commercial Properties, he was instrumental in the development of a large mixed use site in Alexandria, Virginia featuring several national commercial tenants and over 500 residential units located just minutes from the nation’s capital. Douglas Ebenstein is also President of Eden Center, Inc., which owns and manages the premier Asian shopping center on the East Coast. With the help of Douglas Ebenstein, the company turned Eden Center, into a major cultural destination featuring more than 115 tenants including two dozen fine Vietnamese restaurants. In recognition of this accomplishment, Eden Center was honored as the “Most Improved Commercial Property” in Falls Church, Virginia in 1997 and was voted “Best Shopping Center” 2014 and 2015 by Washington City Paper.
In preparation for his real estate career, Doug Ebenstein enrolled at Brown University, from which he earned his bachelor of arts in economics. During all four years at Brown he competed on the varsity tennis team where he earned number one ranking in singles and doubles competition during his final two years. After graduating, Mr. Ebenstein became a law student at Duke University, where he completed his juris doctor.
Before attending law school he played tennis professionally in the ATP where he achieved a world ranking of 300. Douglas Ebenstein maintains a strong community presence and supports the athletic program and tennis team at his alma mater and hosts the Brown tennis team’s annual winter trip to Boca Raton, Florida. A longtime member of Congregation B’nai Israel in Boca Raton, Florida, Douglas Ebenstein also contributes to the cancer-focused Morgan Pressel Foundation. He continues to be an avid senior tennis player where he has been ranked as high as 3rd in the U.S in singles and as high as 5th in doubles in his age group.