Teaneck—AvalonBay Communities, a publicly traded Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) on the New York Stock Exchange, owns or operates 283 apartment complexes comprising over 80,000 apartment homes in 10 states and the District of Columbia. And now it owns one more, in Teaneck.
Apartment builder Encore Multi-Family LLC has finally gotten started on its new rental community just east of downtown Dallas. The 253-unit project is just off Live Oak Avenue at Swiss Avenue and Peak Street.
The new apartment building in downtown Reno, 3rd Street Flats, will officially open to tenants next week. Renters can begin moving into the apartments Tuesday, Dec. 27, after construction workers finish the final touches in getting the building ready.
The surge in online shopping has prompted a need for better package management, especially during the holiday season, as the flood of cardboard boxes and padded envelopes descends on residential addresses from Great Neck to Greenport.
Chad Duncan started small, with a fourplex in Tacoma, but now he's thinking about taking on investors and a partner to build more housing.
MHN and Kingsley Associates teamed up to see what residents think about the technology available in their apartment communities.
The Ruckus, located at 2502 Nueces St., will be a seven-story project totaling 45 units with a mix of two to five bedrooms, totaling 160 beds.
According to a recent National Multi-Housing Council study on renter preferences package management ranks second in importance after fitness centers and before WiFi, according to Barry Hume, president of Package Concierge.
As apartment communities continue to struggle with increased package delivery, some are instituting storage solutions and fees to cover the administrative costs of this service.
Package Concierge announced it is preparing to launch a mobile app that delivers anytime, anywhere access to its web-based system that helps residents and landlords manage and receive packages.
Throughout the year MHN will showcase companies that provide solutions to the apartment industry. From finance, legal, construction and design to technology, operations, marketing and communications, gain new insights into the companies that solve problems and add value.
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To make sure your business succeeds, check out these five lessons for startup success from entrepreneur Georgianna W. Oliver, founder and CEO of Package Concierge. She built and sold two companies before launching her current business.
In late 2014, Chevy Chase-based developer The JBG Companies completed construction on their first Potomac Yard apartment building with plans to open up a brand new apartment building just next door less than a year later. Now, the developer's second Potomac Yard project has opened its doors as Notch8 with 253 units, 12 of which are affordable.
Takoma Central, a 150-unit apartment building at 235 Carroll St. NW, is already fully leased in phase one of the two-phase development and has now opened the final phase of apartments for leasing.
The newest residential component of The Beacon redevelopment has started leasing.
Congratulations. Your startup made it through its first challenging years, and you’re seeing positive returns. But, there’s always room to grow. Is it time to hire more salespeople, or should you invest in customer relationship management (CRM), productivity software, or another technology that can improve your business?
I got an email about an electronic locker system called Package Concierge that is installed at apartment and condo buildings to manage, track and secure packages and other mail delivered to buildings. That seemed interesting to me, so I asked more about it. The folks at the Allegro on 14th Street, where it's installed, answered a few questions.
Cresset Development’s Andrew Castraberti identifies building assets that developers and property managers should consider (or avoid) in new or redesigned apartment buildings.
Package Concierge, developer of a digital package locker solution for multifamily and student housing, announced it will soon allow apartment residents to send and return packages through their Package Concierge system.
A growing number of companies, including the Medfield startup Package Concierge, are seeking to outfit apartment buildings with banks of high-tech lockers that can serve as a mail drop for packages.
For most entrepreneurs, starting and running one successful business during their career is enough of a challenge. But for serial entrepreneurs — those who start, run and often sell multiple businesses — the thrill of startup life is too appealing to do it only once.
Management personnel needed a better system to manage and log packages for their hundreds of units. Residents needed a more convenient process for package notifications and pick-ups. Fortunately, a solution emerged in 2012 with the launch of Package Concierge, makers of innovative digital package locker systems.
One Hoboken apartment building, Observer Park on Garden Street, has already made the switch. The building's management now uses Package Concierge, a manufacturer of e-locker kiosks marketed towards the apartment industry.
With online ordering being the norm these days – getting packages delivered in Hoboken is usually okay. But there comes a time, especially in multi-unit apartment complexes where it causes a problem. The main issue is package theft – which happens more frequently than reported.