March 13, 2018
21 Apartment Communities Owned and Managed by CRC Earn Superior Rating from Third-party Resident Survey
Twenty-one apartment communities, owned and managed by CRC, have earned a superior rating based solely on the comments and ratings of the current residents that live within each community. The survey is administered and compiled by Satisfacts, a third-party company that uncovers timely information about overall resident satisfaction and ways to improve the residential experience.
Approximately two-thirds of all apartment communities owned and managed by CRC achieved the A List designation. Six of the properties are located in Baltimore City, including Brook View, Cross Country Manor, Falls Village, Kenilworth at Hazelwood & Windridge, Mount Ridge and Northwood Ridge. Twelve of the apartment communities are positioned in Baltimore County, including Cardiff Hall, Courthouse Square, The Crossings at White Marsh, Doncaster Village, Donnybrook, Kenilworth at Charles, Kenilworth at Perring Park, McDonogh Township, Padonia Village, Ridge Gardens, Riverstone at Owings Mills and Stevenson Lane. The remaining properties were 101 North Ripley and Chase Heritage in Northern Virginia and The Edison Lofts in Raleigh, North Carolina.
“Our focus is on resident experience, and these results reflect that. One of our stated Core Values is as desire to exceed expectations. We appear to have done that again this past year,” stated David Donato, Senior Vice President for Continental Realty Corporation. “We are incredibly proud to have so many communities on Satisfacts’ A List.”
Continental Realty Corporation (CRC), headquartered in Baltimore and founded in 1960, is a full-service commercial real estate investment and management company. The privately-owned firm owns and manages a diversified portfolio of retail centers consisting of over 3.5 million square feet of space, as well as apartment communities featuring nearly 10,000 apartment homes. Positioned throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions, the value of the portfolio exceeds $2 billion.
June 4, 2018