No. 5: WPM Real Estate Management
( Doug Kapustin / Baltimore Sun / December 5, 2013 )
From the Scarlett Place condominiums in Baltimore's Inner Harbor to the recently restored Park Plaza building in Mount Vernon, WPM Real Estate Management's commercial and residential properties are some of the most high-profile in the Baltimore area. While residential properties are the firm's focus (WPM manages more than 17,000 homes in the region), the company also works with commercial, retail and industrial clients. With its strong emphasis on charitable giving and volunteerism, WPM isn't just interested in developing buildings, but also communities. They believe in a direct correlation between the health of their communities and the health of their business.
In this photo: Jonathan Rosenberg (left), Shaynaye Franklin, Rebecca Elgart, Stacey Yinger, and James Dahlgren, Jr. gather around a set of plans at WPM Real Estate Management's Owings Mills headquarters.