• Bozzuto Leadership

    Founded in 1988, The Bozzuto Group continues to be led by original partners, in addition to a talented group of executives who are respected leaders within their respective industries. 

    “The best leaders know there is only one response to a compliment about their achievements, and that is that they’ve got a great team.”

    Thomas S. Bozzuto
    Chairman, The Bozzuto Group
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Steve Strazzella

President Bozzuto Development Company

As President of Bozzuto Development Company, Steve Strazzella oversees the day-to-day development activities for the company’s apartment development operations. The company has more than 5,000 rental units in the pipeline or under construction throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions for projects that range from urban high-rise properties to affordable housing. Steve has been actively involved in the real estate industry since 1989, having managed more than $900 million in real estate construction and development projects for some of the largest firms in the country. His experience at Bozzuto is focused on overseeing the development and execution of large mixed-use projects such as the redevelopment of Catholic University of America’s South Campus, Cathedral Commons in Cleveland Park, Mariner Bay at Annapolis Towne Centre, Monroe Place at Woodland Park Crossing, The Delancey at Shirlington Village, and Spinnaker Bay Apartments. Prior to Bozzuto, Steve held real estate and construction positions with the Clark Companies and with Roy F. Weston, Inc. Steve is an active member of the Washington Real Estate Group, the Urban Land Institute, and the Maryland National Capital Building Industry Association, and is a board member of the District of Columbia Building Industry Association. He is a member of the board of directors and chair of the finance committee at Providence Hospital in northeast Washington DC and holds a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from The Catholic University of America. A Washington, D.C. native, Steve currently resides in the District with his wife and three children.