How can an Olympian change a city?

A Better Man

Time to look at Jair Lynch who is an American gymnast and real estate developer in Washington, D.C., in the United States. He won a silver medal in the parallel bars at the 1996 Summer Olympics. After leaving competitive gymnastics, he became a real estate developer and founded Jair Lynch Development Partners in 1998. The amazing thing about him and his company that he builds real estate that makes a difference.

3Tree Flats, a relatively recent addition to Washington, D.C.’s Petworth neighborhood, definitely has the hallmarks of renter utopia. Its apartments are appointed in stainless steel and mahogany; the building features a gym, a green roof terrace and a solar-powered water system. There’s a 24-hour Safeway across the street, a Metro subway station a block away and a walk-in medical clinic on the first floor.

Real estate in the nation’s capital is booming, and the units at 3Tree could easily command…

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