Noah Mehrkam is an Adjunct Professor for Georgetown University’s graduate real estate program, where he teaches a course on Real Estate Entrepreneurship. His expertise lies in real estate development and land preservation.

Mehrkam is founder and partner of The Arcland Group, LLC, a real estate development and investment firm focusing on commercial properties in the western suburbs of the Washington, DC metropolitan region. Primarily engaged in developing portfolio commercial properties, Arcland also provides real estate consulting services and invests in value-added income producing assets. Prior to founding Arcland, Mehrkam sourced and managed development projects for The Rector Companies based in Manassas, Virginia.

Before joining the commercial real estate sector, Mehrkam was Director of Real Estate for the Civil War Preservation Trust, a national land conservation organization, where he managed a team that negotiated the acquisition and disposition of thousands of acres of historical land worth in excess of $35 million. Mehrkam is a member of The Real Estate Group and serves on the Technical Assistance Panel committee of the Urban Land Institute’s Washington District Council.

He holds a M.S. in Real Estate from Johns Hopkins University, where he served as an assistant instructor of Real Estate Investment, and he is a graduate of West Virginia University.