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KCG PicKCG Development is focused on identifying the needs within a community when developing sustainable multifamily housing.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers

KCG Development strives to set the standard for excellence in the multifamily industry and be the partner of choice for community redevelopment. The company was formed in 2015 to develop, acquire, rehabilitate and own apartment communities along the East Coast, in the Midwest, South and Southeast.

Marvin Wilmoth and Anthony Ceroy, both vice presidents of development, oversee the company’s East Coast development division from Florida, focusing on property development from Florida to New York and west to Louisiana. KCG Development’s team in Texas manages development in the Southeast, and its headquarters in Carmel, Ind., focuses on the Midwest operations.

KCG Development sets itself apart as a developer by understanding that vibrant communities must have connections to all who live and work there. “We approach community development a little different,” Wilmoth says. “We start by identifying housing needs with the local municipality.”

Hudson Meridian pic copyNew York City-based Hudson Meridian has earned a reputation as an award-winning construction services company.
By Bianca Herron

Hudson Meridian Construction Group is one of the leading construction services firms in New York City providing a unique combination of construction expertise, including new construction, restoration projects, and emergency and disaster response services.

Hudson Meridian’s residential and public sector projects range from public housing and new luxury residential high-rises to adaptive re-use of industrial buildings.

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Stoneleigh Construction Company brings three new apartment complexes to Texas. 

By Kat Zeman

When it comes to providing luxury living, Stoneleigh Construction Company knows how to bring it. The Barrington, Ill.-based company is bringing not just one but three new luxury multifamily developments to Texas.

The firm finished construction on a 340-unit apartment complex in June and has two more luxury complexes under construction, with a targeted completion date in 2018. “Right now, Texas happens to be a great market,” President Steve Niles says.

DLC rendering copyDLC Residential’s newest project in downtown Chicago reflects the company’s smart and selective approach to its developments.
By Jim Harris

DLC Residential believes in being selective about the projects it develops and builds. “We are a boutique development firm – we try not to overstretch ourselves,” Vice President Nick Coldea says. “We don’t build just to build; we’re very discerning and try not to bite off more than we can chew – that ensures not only quality, and also allows us to deliver the returns promised to our investors.”

The developer works with local brokers to seek out Class A sites in prime markets located in highly visible and walkable areas. “We use broad market knowledge and experience to target the most viable geographic regions, perform extensive research, then acquire the right assets at industry leading cap rates,” the company says.

Williams co pic copyWilliams Co. employs an innovative process for fabricating building frames on a new assisted-living community for central Florida.

By Tim O’Connor

J.J. Williams founded his namesake home building company in 1920 with an aim to provide quality product and great service to his clients. “He didn’t focus on being the biggest homebuilder in Florida or the cheapest,” Vice President Richard Shannon says. Instead, Williams wanted to provide the best value and experience. That attitude established a strong reputation that persists through to today.

The company remained in the Williams family for three generations until 2007 when it started the process of becoming employee owned, a lengthy transition that was finally completed in 2016. “Everyone in the company has an ownership stake,” Shannon explains. “We do see that translate into everybody taking ownership in what we do.”

BuchBuch Construction learns from past projects as it takes on its second multifamily housing job.

By Tim O’Connor

Buch Construction’s relationships with its clients and subcontractors have always been more important to the Maryland company than pursing a specific kind of project. Buch Construction prides itself on working with clients for the long term, creating a symbiotic partnership where both companies grow together.

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