Miller-Valentine Group continues to grow its portfolio by acquiring two Class A luxury apartment buildings in southern Michigan and northwest Ohio. Combined, these properties total 498 units.
“These acquisitions are part of our overall strategy to grow our multifamily portfolio and plan to strategically acquire more properties throughout our 14 state footprint,” noted Michael Riechman, Managing Director, Miller-Valentine Group Multifamily Investment Management.
In another element of this growth strategy, Miller-Valentine recently announced the appointment of Charles Rulick as vice president, Conventional Multifamily Development. Rulick is a veteran of the real estate industry with over 11 years of experience. Rulick will be responsible for sourcing and managing class A multifamily development projects throughout the Southeast and Midwest.
Miller-Valentine has been developing, building and managing quality multifamily housing for more than 30 years, from urban neighborhood revitalization to luxury living, and currently manages over 13,000 units.