Results for ‘Building Adaptive’ category

Dealing with leasing anxiety

We’re going through a period of intense leasing, with multiple new buildings opening up over the course of, say, 3-4 months. Long term, this is a good thing. It means we’re finishing projects we started, in some cases, years ago, fulfilling the promises we made to investors. And, in a lot of cases, it means

The money coursing through Adaptive

Yesterday, in the afternoon, I signed seven new residential leases for an average of roughly $2500 / month. It got me thinking about how weird it is that we consider leases on a monthly payment basis and about how much money is actually going through our office each month. After all, those seven leases represented

4424 Burns is done

Yet another renovation project. This one is walking distance to Virgil Village / Sunset Junction. The building is a mix of 3 bed / 2 bath and 1 bed / 1 bath units. The 3/2s, pictured below, are really impressive. I think they’re the best 3 beds we’ve ever done… great ceiling height, great windows, all the

4234 Lockwood is done

This one was an absolute bear. But now it’s done and I think you’ll agree it looks dope. It’s also right in Virgil Village, a short walk from Sunset Junction… so, near enough to the action without being too crazy. The building is a mix of 1 bed, 2 bed, and 3 bed units. We

My random meeting policy pays off

Had a really interesting meeting yesterday that opened my eyes to a large new market. The meeting was with someone who came across our company via our ads for apartments, found the blog, and reached out. Regular readers know I’ll take pretty much any meeting, so long as the person is willing to come to

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