Jeffrey S. Abramson, partner with The Tower Companies, an award-winning, 60-year-old commercial development firm in Washington, D.C., will present design plans this week for a grand “Tower of Invincibility” to be built in the nation’s capital as a permanent monument celebrating freedom, sovereignty, and peace in America.
Mr. Abramson will hold a news conference to present the plans on Friday, October 5, at 11 a.m. (ET) at the Hay-Adams Hotel, 16th and H streets, NW, in Washington. The event will be webcast live at www.TowerofInvincibilityDC.org.
Mr. Abramson said the people will decide where the Tower of Invincibility will be built. “Everyone is invited to visit the website www.TowerofInvincibilityDC.org. and submit three possible locations in Washington for the Tower of Invincibility in the order of their preference. Invincibility is the domain of every citizen and therefore everyone should have input on where this great testament to national invincibility will be built,” Mr. Abramson said.
The Tower Companies develops commercial, retail, and residential real estate in the Washington area. Projects include Washington Square, Millennium Building, White Flint, Tower Building, and 2000 Tower Oaks Blvd. (www.towercompanies.com).
The Tower Companies is also the largest developer of green or sustainable properties in the Washington area, with more than 1 million sq. ft. already built or nearing completion. Last month, the firm was named “2007 Business of the Year” by the Washington, D.C., Chamber of Commerce.
“The Tower of Invincibility will fulfill the highest ideals of America as expressed by our nation’s founders and by other great heroes of our country—freedom, sovereignty and peace,” Mr. Abramson said. “The Tower of Invincibility honors the mighty power of Natural Law, which now can be harnessed through cutting-edge technologies of consciousness to prevent problems and conflict and to raise our nation to invincibility—an invincible power that cannot be challenged by anyone.”
For more information or to schedule an interview with Mr. Abramson, please call Elizabeth Lisboa-Farrow at 202-494-1977 (cell) or 202-293-2541 (office).