With nearly 15 years of experience, commercial real estate veteran Ken Biberaj joined the Savills Studley Tysons office in Virginia in 2017. He focuses his practice on advising tenants and buyers in real estate matters, in addition to helping clients to proactively identify and leverage strategic partnerships and portfolio opportunities.
Prior to joining Savills Studley, Ken spent 12 years as an executive at Morgan Barrington Associates of NY, Inc., where he brokered retail leases and investment sales transactions; negotiated strategic partnerships; and advised businesses across New York City on real estate expansion needs. Notably, he oversaw the restoration and 2006 reopening of the iconic Russian Tea Room, which his family owns and operates.
Ken is an active member of his community. In 2014, he was appointed as Chairman of the Board for the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, where he advocated on behalf of more than 100,000 small and medium size businesses within the borough. Ken ran for New York City Council in 2013 and served on the board of directors for Hanover Community Bank on Long Island from 2009 to 2012. Ken also served as Policy Research Director in Florida for John Kerry’s 2004 presidential campaign.
Ken received his B.A. from American University in Washington, D.C., his JD from New York Law School and his MPP from the Harvard Kennedy School.