D.C. Real Estate Legend Norman Bernstein Dies At 100

Norman Bernstein, a pioneering D.C. real estate developer and manager, a World War II veteran and a philanthropist, has died at the age of 100. 
Bernstein died in his home Monday of pneumonia, according to a letter written by his son, Josh Bernstein, who has led the company his father founded, Bernstein Management Corp., since Norman Bernstein stepped away in the 1990s. 
Bernstein Management was one of the largest private apartment owners in D.C. from the 1950s through the 1970s, Josh Bernstein wrote in the letter. The company built properties such as the Twin Oaks Apartments on 14th Street NW and the Cambridge Apartments at Massachusetts Avenue…

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