Case Studies Multi-Family

Neal Hammerschlag – Scully Company

Neal Hammerschlag | Director of Construction | Scully Company There are certain mistakes Neal Hammerschlag will never make again, like wearing pressed khakis and a button-down shirt to a housing construction worksite years ago. It was his first day on the job as a new superintendent, a major step transitioning from a career in law. […]

Sean Finnegan – Sares Regis Multifamily Value-Add Fund

Shaving five days off a contractor’s work schedule each month may not sound like much, but in the world of managing real estate assets at Sares Regis Multifamily Value-Add Fund, a little means a lot. Just ask Sean Finnegan, the senior director of capital projects at this privately-held property investment fund in Newport Beach, California. […]

Jordan Wallace – 6S Real Estate Development

For Jordan Wallace, the construction business is as much about building relationships as it is setting concrete and steel beams. Not that 6S Real Estate Development hasn’t done plenty of the latter over the last several years. From helping retailers expand across the country to building multifamily housing in Texas that accentuates both community and […]

Gabriel Dilworth – Cirrus Asset Management Inc.

The first part of the renovation didn’t make the tenants happy, and Gabriel Dilworth could understand. After all, nobody appreciates their views being blocked by tarp. Not when the vista includes the Pacific Ocean. But this six-story apartment building on the island of Oahu had aged beyond its 40-plus years—worn by a combination of deferred […]

Michael Cook – The Sterling Group

Dog parks, fitness centers, movie theaters and fire pits—these are just a few of the Class A amenities The Sterling Group’s clients can expect to see in its revamped multi-family properties around the country. And they can expect more of them. With 7,895 apartment units and 6,351 storage units already under management, Sterling recently added […]

Rob Tolle – WDG Construction Group Inc.

It’s a major part of Milwaukee’s history, the Pabst Blue Ribbon brewery that shuttered in 1996, when its bosses opted to move operations, first to Stroh’s headquarters in the western Wisconsin city of La Crosse and then to Los Angeles. For many of the ensuing years, that landmark complex in the so-called Cream City’s northwest […]

Matt Maggiore – The Maggiore Companies

When it comes to urban development, “mixed-use” is a term that gets volleyed around quite a bit these days. As cities and towns grapple with their (in some cases limited) existing space and simultaneously strive to make themselves desirable, the concept of melding residential, commercial, cultural and industrial uses into one harmonious package seems to […]

The RADCO Companies

The clubhouse at “The Warwick” was like a ‘70s dream and a 21st-century nightmare: a round room, sunken floors, gaudy furnishings and wall-to-wall, out-of-date décor. In fact, the room in the garden-style Oklahoma City apartment complex had long been shuttered and turned into storage, hidden away from the residents occupying The Warwick’s 423 units—many of […]

Ryan Swingruber – Stoneleigh Companies LLC

Uptown has often been classified as Dallas, Texas’ most walkable neighborhood. Boutiques, bistros, biking, vintage shopping—all are accessible in an afternoon’s stroll. It’s an eclectic community that Stoneleigh Companies had its eyes on, so much so that in 2013, the Barrington, Illinois-based developer with Texas connections, made Uptown the location of what it’s calling its […]

Community Preservation Partners

Housing authorities do a lot of good in low-income communities by providing affordable apartment options for locals—but these same agencies often catch flak from tenants and the media for neglecting older, deteriorating properties. It’s not necessarily the housing authority’s fault; when tax dollars are limited, they simply can’t handle some of the larger, more complex […]

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