At a reception hosted by the Initiative of Public Art – Reston (IPAR), IPAR founder Joe Ritchey, was presented with a Resolution for his 2015 BCA 10 award for the vision and commitment to the arts associated with his firm Prospective, Inc., a one-person commercial real estate brokerage and consulting firm in Reston, VA.
Mr. Ritchey was presented with a Resolution from State Senator Janet Howell and Delegate Ken Plum.
Prospective, Inc. has worked on large-scale mixed-use developments in Fairfax County for more than 30 years. The Arts Council of Fairfax County says the thriving arts scene in Reston Town Center is part of Prospective’s brand and integrated into marketing and business development activities. Ritchey is the driving force behind Prospective’s commitment to the arts. He has donated more than $1.1 million over the past 23 years to arts-related nonprofit organizations.
Congratulations to Mr. Ritchey and Prospective, Inc.
For more information on the national BCA 10 Awards presented by Americans for the Arts on October 5 at a black-tie gala at the Central Park Boathouse in New York City, visit www.americansforthearts.org/events/bca-10
(pictured above from left: Joe Ritchey, IPA President and Chair Maggie Parker, State Senator Janet Howell, and Delegate Ken Plum)