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Ahsin Rasheed

Ahsin Rasheed

Ahsin Rasheed, chairman and chief executive officer of an architectural firm that created Belvedere Square and the Cinemark Egyptian at Arundel Mills, died of heart failure Monday at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Columbia resident was 54. He practiced architecture from an old brewery building on O'Donnell Street and had clients on several continents. Known for his work on retail centers and master plans, he and his team planned National Harbor in Prince George's County, Fairfax Corner in Fairfax, Va., and other projects in Turkey, India, China, Indonesia and South Africa. Born in Lahore, Pakistan, he earned a bachelor's degree in architecture at the University of Oklahoma...

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