Republic Family of Companies | Republic Family of Companies | David Peter
Republic Family of Companies > About Us > Key Executives > David L. Peter
David L. Peter
David L. Peter serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of Republic Land Development LLC and Republic Urban Properties LLC.
is pursuing a number of major planned community and multi-family developments and Republic Urban
is pursuing a number of urban mixed-use developments and multi-family developments in various U.S. markets.
He is also Executive Vice President of Republic Properties Corporation, which is pursuing major mixed-use and office developments principally in Washington, DC.
has over 25 years of financial, transactional, legal and general management experience in structuring and managing real estate and hospitality ventures.
In addition to managing the Land Development division at the predecessor Republic Properties Corporation, he served as Republic's principal financial manager for 15 years, including holding the position of Chief Financial Officer.
Through his varied real estate experience, he has acquired experience in the development and operation of all major segments of the real estate industry.
Prior to joining Republic in 1988, Mr. Peter was Controller of Hunter Properties, a residential, office and warehouse developer.
At Hunter, Mr. Peter
was responsible for all financial planning, budgeting and accounting.
A native Washingtonian, Mr. Peter holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Finance and Economics from George Washington University, and a Juris Doctor degree from the George Mason University School of Law.
He is admitted to the Virginia State Bar and is a member of the American Bar Association and the Urban Land Institute.
Mr. Peter was active in the District of Columbia Building and Industry Association, serving on the Community Service Committee.
He has also served as an Advisory Board Member of the Virginia office of Best Buddies International and for the Gelman Library System at George Washington University, and provided pro bono assistance for the redevelopment of the Anthony Bowen Landmark YMCA building, now known as the Thurgood Marshall Center, transforming the facility into an office and community building for nonprofit community-based organizations.