Jonathan Kinney Inducted into Arlington Business Hall of FamePrint PDF
Arlington, VA – Bean, Kinney & Korman announced today that Jonathan Kinney has been inducted into the Arlington Business Hall of Fame by the Arlington Chamber of Commerce. Jon was honored this morning at the Arlington Chamber’s Best Business Awards.
Each year, the Arlington Chamber inducts outstanding business leaders into the Arlington Hall of Fame. The inductees are chosen for their extensive involvement in both the business community and the broader community.
“This award recognizes Jon’s long-time, deep-rooted commitment to the local community,” said Leo Fisher, managing shareholder of Bean, Kinney & Korman. “It’s a great honor.”
Jon is a shareholder of Bean, Kinney & Korman practicing in the areas of land use and zoning, real estate, estate planning and wealth management. He is ranked as one of Washingtonian’s Top Lawyers in Real Estate, listed in Best Lawyers in America and rated by Super Lawyers. He was the 2009 Affordable Housing Advocate Honoree by the Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing. In 2012, he was named a Northern Virginian of the Year by Northern Virginia magazine for his work on affordable housing in Arlington.
Jon currently serves as a trustee of the Arlington County Retirement System. He is also on the Board of Directors for John Marshall Bank and the Clarendon Alliance.
Jon represents regional and national developers, property owners and business owners, both non-profit and for profit, in all aspects of the land use and zoning process for their commercial, office, residential and mixed-use projects. In addition, he regularly represents clients on matters involving property transactions, land use and zoning issues.
As a lifelong resident of Arlington County, Jon has a deep understanding of the county, its history and its aspirations. This knowledge and experience gives him a unique perspective and understanding of the political and governmental issues that affect his client’s interests in all aspects of real estate development.