n 2017, Ken Biberaj joined the Savills Suburban DC office in northern Virginia. A veteran with over 15 years of experience in real estate, Ken provides tenants with 360-degree, all-encompassing advisory services that allow their companies to make the best financial and operational decision – with room for growth. From market research and analysis to financial modeling and forecasting, Ken provides his clients with an abundance of data analyses that help them make an informed decision. Whether a company is in legal, nonprofit, financial services or Technology, Ken can counsel them throughout the entire transaction. Prior to joining Savills, Ken spent 12 years with Morgan Barrington Associates of New York, where he eventually became vice president. As VP, Ken was involved with real estate development, as well as investment sales and brokerage. He also coordinated public relations and business development for The Russian Tea Room, a high-end restaurant and event venue. Ken also served for three years as the Chairman of the Board for the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce. As a specialist in commercial real estate with an emphasis in banking, law, public policy, communication and strategy, Ken strives to leverage his clients’ interests Awards, Achievements and Activities Ken currently serves as a board member of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce and the Democratic Business Council for Northern Virginia. Previously, Ken served on the board of the NYC & Company Restaurant Committee and Hanover Community Bank, and was a candidate for New York City Council in 2013. Ken also advises the National Campus Leadership Council, and was previously on the Culinary Council of the Food Bank for NYC and a member of America Needs You. Professionally, Ken has been recognized throughout his industry as an exemplary broker. For his service as a Chairman of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, the Manhattan Borough President presented Ken with a proclamation and declared December 7, 2017 as “Ken Biberaj Appreciation Day on the Borough of Manhattan”. He also received the ’40 Under 40 Rising Star’ and ‘CSR Responsible 100’ awards from City & State Media. His first alma mater, American University, presented Ken with the ‘Rising Star Alumni Award’ and he was also a fellow at the Center for the Study of the Presidency.