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Steve Strazzella

Steve Strazzella
President, Bozzuto Development Company

As President of Bozzuto Development Company, Steve oversees the day-to-day activities for the company’s apartment development operations. The company has more than 8,000 rental units in the pipeline or under construction throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions for projects and mixed-use communities 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 $1 billion in real estate construction and development projects for some of the largest firms in the country.

Steve is past President of the Washington Real Estate Group and active member of the Urban Land Institute, the Maryland National Capital Building Industry Association, the DC Building Industry Association and the Economic Club of Washington DC . He is a Chairman of the Board of Directors at Providence Hospital in Northeast Washington, DC and holds a bachelor’s in civil engineering from The Catholic University of America.

A Washington, DC native, Steve currently resides in the District with his wife and three children.



Mike Henehan

Mike Henehan
SVP Managing Director, Bozzuto Development Company

As SVP Managing Director for Bozzuto Development Company, Mike is responsible for managing the development, construction, and leasing of mixed-use projects such as The Delancey at Shirlington Village, MetroPointe at Wheaton Metro, Mariner Bay at Annapolis Towne Centre, and most recently Monroe Street Market at the Brookland-CUA Metro Station in Washington, DC.

Mike holds a master’s degree in real estate from Johns Hopkins University and a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in finance from Georgetown University.



Jeff Kayce

Jeff Kayce
SVP Managing Director, Bozzuto Development Company

As SVP Managing Director at Bozzuto Development Company, Jeff is responsible for expanding joint venture opportunities within the Washington-Baltimore Region. He manages the development process for multifamily and mixed-use projects, from acquisition and entitlements through construction and lease-up. Recently completed projects include Union Wharf, an upscale 281-unit project on the waterfront of Baltimore’s Fells Point neighborhood; and Cathedral Commons, a $130 million mixed-use community two blocks north of the National Cathedral in Washington, DC.

Jeff is currently developing a 22-story high-rise anchored by Whole Foods in Baltimore's Harbor East neighborhood. He also oversees Anthem House, a $100 million mixed-use community under construction in Locust Point. Prior work includes Flats170, a 369-unit HUD-financed project on a former manufacturing site in Odenton; and the Fitzgerald, recipient of the 2011ULI National Award for Excellence. Jeff’s local involvement includes the ULI Baltimore Advisory Group and the UMAR (No Hooks Before Books) program for inner-city youth. He holds a bachelor’s in architecture from the University of Maryland, College Park.



Lauren Jezienicki

Lauren Jezienicki
Vice President, Boston, Bozzuto Development Company

Lauren serves as a Vice President in the Boston regional office and is responsible for identifying development opportunities and overseeing the day-to-day development coordination of the company’s New England projects. Prior to joining Bozzuto, Lauren worked at The JBG Companies in Chevy Chase, Maryland, where she served as a Vice President of Development, responsible for the underwriting, design, entitlement, construction, and delivery of nearly one million square feet of urban multifamily projects. Prior to working at The JBG Companies, Lauren was an Assistant Development Manager at The Shooshan Company in Arlington, Virginia on the Liberty Center project, a one million square foot mixed-use project in the Ballston neighborhood. Prior to Liberty Center, she served as a Sales Agent for the luxury condominium residences in Beacon Capital’s Channel Center project in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood. Lauren graduated from Boston University with a bachelor’s in business administration and with honors from Columbia University with a master’s in business administration. She is an active member of NAIOP Massachusetts and of the Urban Land Institute, serving on the Boston Women’s Leadership Initiative Committee.