Ashcroft Capital today announced its acquisition of Halston Paces Crossing, a garden-style community in one of metropolitan Atlanta’s fastest-growing suburbs. Birchstone Residential, Ashcroft Capital’s in-house property management company, has assumed management of the community.
Birchstone Residential, a culture-based property management company, today announced the addition of Melanie Stiles as vice president of marketing. The hiring marks an integral moment in Birchstone’s continued growth and emergence as a premier apartment operator.
The work-from-home boom has given residents more of a practical approach when seeking amenities, and co-working spaces, private workstations, reliable Wi-Fi and conference rooms are often more important than a panoramic rooftop view.
The full-time air-conditioning season is approaching, particularly in the red-hot (pardon the pun) Sun Belt states where apartment growth has been steadily climbing (think Phoenix, among other markets). What is an apartment operator to do?
Ashcroft Capital, a fully integrated multifamily investment firm, today announced the acquisition of Elliot Gwinnett Place (formerly Retreat at Arc Way), a garden-style community approximately 20 miles northeast of Downtown Atlanta.
There’s no exact formula for improving retention rates, but a lot of companies have been relying on a strong culture to keep employees happy and engaged. While building that culture isn’t something that’s achieved overnight, taking some of these necessary steps will pay off in the long run.
Birchstone Residential today announced the addition of Sergio Chidichimo as senior vice president of operations. The hiring of Chidichimo marks another key step in Birchstone’s continued emergence as a premier apartment operator.
Birchstone Residential today announced the addition of Keith Hughes as vice president of construction. The hiring of Hughes is emblematic of Birchstone’s continued growth as it assumes management responsibilities of apartment communities in the Sunbelt and the Southeast.
A top-notch investor relations program is critical when foraying into multifamily investments. Unfortunately, it’s not completely unheard of for some multifamily firms to treat their investors as if they are fortunate to simply be along for the ride.