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Press Release


BALTIMORE, MD (November 13, 2019)— Chasen Construction and Development announces today its  Founder and CEO, Brandon Chasen, has been recognized as a member of the Baltimore Business Journal 2019 40 Under 40 class. The prestigious accolade recognizes young professionals in the Greater Baltimore region for outstanding success in business and contributions to their communities. Dubbed one of the region’s most influential young leaders, Chasen received his award on November 12 at an awards reception held at the Guinness Open Gate Brewery in Baltimore County.

“It’s an honor to be recognized by the Baltimore Business Journal in its 40 Under 40 category.  Being recognized in this professional space is truly humbling,” said Chasen. “I wouldn’t be in this position if it weren’t for the support of my family and my team who share my passion for making an immediate and significant impact on Baltimore—turning neglected buildings into feature focal points for which our community can be proud.”


Chasen and his development team are known for turning older historic properties into thriving multifamily developments in popular neighborhoods like Federal Hill and Fells Point. Rooted in the community but growing steadily, the firm’s 300-unit portfolio is comprised of primarily boutique projects that are transformed into modern apartments, often with a retail concept on the floor of the building. Residents are given access to modern amenities among many of Chasen’s properties, including Vision, a coworking concept in the heart of Federal Hill, and The Hideaway, an intimate indoor and outdoor event space located in Mt. Vernon.

To read Chasen’s full interview with the Baltimore Business Journal, visit


About Chasen Construction and Development

Chasen Construction and Development acquires and develops properties in the Greater Baltimore and Washington DC markets. The firm specializes in multifamily, commercial and single-family properties. Each living and workspace is intentionally designed to provide a boutique setting while maintaining the historic heritage of the property. More information is available at

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