Real estate magnate Alan Kay has died
Alan I. Kay, 75, a Washington-area real estate magnate and philanthropist who was for many years the force behind one of the most extravagant and profitable cancer fundraising events in the country, died June 17 at Potomac Valley nursing home in Rockville. He had Alzheimer’s disease.
In a career spanning five decades, Mr. Kay developed hundreds of apartments and commercial projects, including the office buildings and hotel complex above Bethesda Metro and the Foxhall Crescents development of single-family homes in Northwest Washington.
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| June 18, 2010; 12:34 PM ET
Categories: DC, Maryland | Tags: alan kay, philanthropist, real estate
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