The son of Jeannette and Samuel Ebenstein, Norm Ebenstein was born in New York City on the 23rd of October, 1928. Shortly after Norm was born, the family relocated to Worcester, Massachusetts. Throughout the course of his life, Norm was raised in the Jewish heritage gaining deep pride and understanding in the faith. The Ebenstein family also achieved much throughout their history, and Norm took great pride in this becoming a strong advocate for the role of education in an individual’s life.
During his life, Norm Ebenstein became the founder of Capital Commercial Properties where he served as the company president for over 45 years. With the assistance of the company, numerous residences, centers, malls, and other properties were constructed. A particular source of pride for him came from his construction of the Eden Center. The Eden Center was a shopping district within the state of Virginia and was known as the social and cultural center for all Vietnamese natives living along the East Coast. Norm undertook various projects that should have had a large influence on the lives of many people, including numerous non-profit organizations, as well as a foundation he began focusing on encouraging philanthropy.
About Norm Ebenstein
Norm Ebenstein initially attended Phillips Exeter, but he completed his studies in economics at Brown University. Norm was also on the university baseball team where he played as a pitcher. He met his wife, Shirley Gorlick, at Brown University and they have been married for 65 years.
In addition to his undergraduate degree in economics, Norm studied at Boston University obtaining a law degree. Despite spending much of his life on professional activities, Norm also focused on physical activities in his life. He was particularly fond of playing tennis.
On the 20th of December in 2016, Norm Ebenstein passed away at the age of 88. The man was loved very much by his family for his personality, intelligence, and manner of caring for others. At age 88, he had truly lived a meaningful life. He is survived by one son, one daughter, and his wife, Shirley. He also has two grandchildren and a daughter-in-law. Missed by many people, no-one will forget the impact Norm Ebenstein had on today’s society.
Here are the other assets by Commercial Properties Inc. in Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania:
EDEN CENTER (Falls Church, VA)
JAVIER ROAD (Fairfax, VA)
STONEYMILL SQUARE (Silver Spring, MD)
SULLIVAN PLACE RETAIL (Alexandria, VA)
HILLANDALE SHOPPING CENTER (Silver Spring, MD)
TIMONIUM SQUARE (Timonium, MD)