Growing up in Pittsburgh under the iconic dark blue and white Penn State flag, Jason was eager to study there. Graduating in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, he quickly excelled in the telecommunications field.
His journey to helping Bold Construction become one of the area’s premier builders began in 2003 when a business opportunity with a close friend and fellow entrepreneur opened up. After relocating his family to Chapel Hill, Jason became an integral part of the development and building company’s ownership leading the team in client relationships, project management, and business development.
Jason can be found spending time with his wife, Susan, and their two children, Carter and Tatum, playing a round of golf or volunteering with local nonprofits. As a part of the ‘Fuel Up’ program, he has helped to provide children with nutritional meals during the weekends and school breaks, when access to school meals is not available. When asked about his motivations and drive, Jason responds that he wants to help each child have the same opportunities as his own children have – access to proper nutrition, character building activities, and fun, memorable activities.
Jason has also been an active member of University Presbyterian Church since 2003 where he has served as a youth advisor and on the board of trustees in the past and currently serves on the building committee during the church’s expansion project. Not only does Jason reside in the Chatham County, Chapel Hill area, but he has also invested his time, business interests, and energy into the continued growth of the local economy making Chatham County one of the best places to call home.
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Chris Ehrenfeld was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but was drawn to North Carolina by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After receiving his bachelor’s degree from the Kenan-Flagler Business School at UNC, he decided to make Chapel Hill his permanent home.
Chris is passionate about all aspects of real estate, from real estate development and general brokerage to general contracting. During his nearly 20 years in the field, he has been involved in more than $500 million of real estate transactions As a recipient of the Triangle Business Journal ’40 Under 40′ Award, Chris is recognized throughout the Triangle as a leader in business and development as well as in the community where he lives and works.
Chris is also one of the top 50 entrepreneurs in North Carolina and has brought a list of business successes to Chatham County. As the owner of Bold Construction, Chris has been building custom homes and unique commercial properties throughout the area for over 15 years. Shortly after getting into the building business, Chris obtained his brokerage license and started his next business venture, Domicile Realty, winner of the 2015 Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce People’s Choice Award for Best Real Estate Agency and the #1 general brokerage firm in North Chatham County. His building and real estate brokerage background allowed Chris to move seemlessly into real estate development. Rosemary Village, his first major project, is a $12 million mixed use condo in downtown Chapel Hill. In 2012, Chris branched out even further by partnering with Governors Club Realty and re-establishing it as Governors Club’s premier real estate brokerage firm.
Chris married his wife Jana in 2009, and in 2012 their life together was blessed with the birth of identical twin boys, Max and Mason. While Chris and Jana stay busy with their family and business endeavors, they still make it a priority to give back to the community. From building a home in Siler City for Habitat for Humanity to raising donations for the Make-A-Wish foundation in lieu of wedding gifts, they believe in helping others and support numerous charities in Chatham County. The family looks forward to many more years of continued philanthropy, happiness, and prosperity in Chatham County.
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