Holly Hull has more than a decade of experience in real estate development in the Washington metropolitan area and specializes in complex, urban mixed-use projects. She is Vice President of Development at Republic Properties Corporation and in this role is responsible for the planning and development of several high-profile projects in Washington, DC. Throughout her career she has participated in all aspects of development activities, including acquisition, planning, zoning and entitlements, design, finance, construction, marketing, and leasing.
Prior to joining Republic in 2014, Ms. Hull was a Vice President of Development at The JBG Companies. In her eight years there, she worked on several large-scale commercial and mixed-use projects including: the American Pharmacists Association Headquarters Building on Constitution Avenue in Washington, DC; Central Place and Rosslyn Gateway in Arlington, VA; two downtown Bethesda, MD mixed-use projects; and a 130-acre master plan/rezoning in Alexandria, VA. She successfully obtained zoning approvals for over 2 million square feet in her portfolio. Before JBG, Ms. Hull served as Director of Development at The Jenco Group, a boutique DC development firm focusing on urban sites with close proximity to Metro stations.
Ms. Hull holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with concentration in Finance from Georgetown University and a Master’s in Real Estate degree from Georgetown University. She is active with local non-profits, including Arlington Street People Assistance Network (ASPAN) and Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless. She is a member of ULI, NAIOP, and CREW.