Norman Ebenstein is a legendary real estate developer, architect, and developer who have developed some of the largest mixed-use properties in Loudoun and across the United States. His many achievements and contributions to the real estate community have earned him a reputation as an innovator, business leader, and philanthropist. As a private citizen, he serves on the boards of several organizations and has written several books on his experiences. He is also active in philanthropic activities, particularly in the area of criminal justice. At the time of his death, he was a senior fellow at the prestigious Atlantic Institute for Security Studies at Harvard University where he served as a visiting scholar.
Norman Ebenstein is most especially proud of his achievements in commercial real estate development. As a developer, he was particularly proud of the development of Eden Center, a mixed-use facility that includes retailing, restaurant, fitness center, pool, spa, and movie theater. According to Norman Ebenstein “Eden Center was designed around the concept of creating a garden oasis in an urban environment – a place where people could get away from the traffic, have a drink, rest, visit other attractions, and interact with other residents”. In this article we’ll take a closer look at Norman Ebenstein’s developments.
Boca Raton is one of the largest cities in Florida, and it was especially proud of its “oried past”. Boca Raton real estate is known for its spectacular ocean views, award-winning homes, luxurious shopping centers, art galleries, and gated communities. Among the residential properties owned by Norman Ebenstein are the famous duplexes located on International Drive, the Ebenstein Grand Terrace, and the Norman Ebenstein Grand Residence. In addition to these units, Norman Ebenstein also owns a number of luxury condominiums and town homes. These include luxury condos located on International Drive that faces the ocean, Boca Raton waterfront condominiums, beach front homes in various price ranges, as well as town home properties that have been designed around outstanding ocean views and amenities.
In terms of residential properties owned by Norman Ebenstein, one of the most notable Ebenstein family members is Gela Ebenstein, who is the mother of Norman Ebenstein, Jr., and the great-granddaughter of the late president. As such, Gela Ebenstein is closely associated with her son and her late husband. As such, she is very involved in the retailing portion of her family’s business – a large grocery chain called Sysco.
In looking at the retailing portion of her business, it is easy to see how Gela Ebenstein fits into the picture of what a successful retailing center should look like. For starters, she is one of the few women holding top positions in Sysco. She oversees a large department that handles international trade, which includes both food imports and exports. Additionally, Gela Ebenstein manages a large technology department responsible for such things as purchasing software and hardware, manufacturing processes such as plastic caps and labels, as well as developing marketing campaigns. A quick glance at her resume shows that she has extensive experience in all aspects of the retail industry.
Norman Ebenstein’s other notable attribute is his extensive network of suppliers. As such, he can draw upon the resources of many of these suppliers to get the products that he sells to customers at the best prices possible. Another aspect of his extensive network of suppliers is his desire to remain an “inventor’s man.” As such, he designs and constructs new products on an almost annual basis. Indeed, his primary goal is to outdo the competition. He particularly wishes to outdo his competition by being the supplier of choice for the best deals in residential properties.
As is typical of entrepreneurs operating in a service-based industry, Norman seeks to combine elements of technology and creativity with elements of commerce. Because of this, many of his shoppers live in or around Boca Raton real estate. Boca Raton real estate is particularly renowned for its wide selection of both upscale homes and middle-class residences, as well as for its being one of the premiere communities in southern Florida. Given this environment, it should come as no surprise that Norman regularly visits Vietnamese American and Asian shops frequented by Vietnamese Americans as part of his shopping center business.
Besides frequenting many merchants in Boca Raton, Norman regularly visits Vietnamese American and Asian stores in the greater New York area. One of the reasons why he does so is that Vietnamese American and Asian people are particularly sensitive about the treatment of their cultures and communities in the United States. Even in areas such as Boca Raton, many merchants have been erecting walls, closing off sections of Boca Raton neighborhoods. In response to this tendency, many Vietnamese American and Asian people have been moving to Boca Raton for years. For this reason, when Norman Ebenstein purchases properties in areas such as Boca Raton, he makes sure that the property is fully committed to a specific community.