Award-Winning Real Estate Developer
About Norman Ebenstein
Throughout his career, Norman Ebenstein has developed and leased retail locations that add value to their surrounding communities. President of Capital Commercial Properties since 1961, he has brought a number of shopping plazas as well as apartment complexes to the greater Washington, D.C., area. Norman Ebenstein stands out as the driving force behind the development of Eden Center, a 120-store shopping center that has become a Vietnamese and Asian cultural mecca.
Norman Ebenstein purchased Eden Center in 1962, and since that time he has established the property as a unique destination for the Asian American community. Named Most Improved Property in the city of Falls Church, Virginia, in 1997, it has continued to expand and now draws visitors from the entire eastern United States. The center also includes more than 20 Vietnamese restaurants, which have drawn reviewers from Washingtonian Magazine, The Washington Post, and innumerable online publications.
Personally active in his community as well, Norman Ebenstein has served as president of the Valley Council of B'nai B'rith International. He also contributes regularly to Brown University, his undergraduate alma mater. Mr. Ebenstein earned a bachelor's degree in economics from the university before advancing to the study of law at Boston University, where he received his juris doctor.