Fred Greene III is a native Washingtonian with over 14 years of diversified real estate development, investment and economic development experience and has been involved in over 3 Million square feet of commercial development.
As Executive Vice President of FLGA, since 2014, Fred Greene III oversees all day-to-day activities of the firm with oversight of all acquisition and development management strategy.
Fred is also Co-Founder of Project Destined (), a 501c3 non-profit that trains urban youth how to be stakeholders of change, as opposed to bystanders of change, in the communities in which they operate. Launched in the Fall of 2016, Project Destined takes cohorts of scholars from various cities across the nation through a multi day training program where they gain exposure to all aspects of real estate development and investment, thus transforming its scholars into real estate analysts. Project Destined then partners with proven institutional operators to invest in qualified multifamily projects and grants 20% of its real estate profits to the students for scholarship capital. To date, Project Destined has successfully administered programming in 7 major cities (Detroit, Memphis, Miami, NYC, Oakland, Chicago and Atlanta), has trained over 300 students, has invested in over 1500 units of housing and has deployed over 100k in scholarship capital to its students.
Prior to FLGA, Mr. Greene served as an Investments Associate for Capri Capital Partners, a large real estate investment management firm based out of Chicago IL. Prior to Capri, Mr. Greene served as a development management professional with the JBG Companies, a large diversified real estate development and investment firm, and was involved in the development of over 2.5 million square feet of development in the Washington, DC area. Prior to JBG, Mr. Greene was a development manager for the National Capital Revitalization Corporation, formerly the quasi-public development arm of the District of Columbia.
Fred holds his B.S. in Business Administration from Georgetown University and his MBA from the University of Chicago.