HOUSTON, TX - MORGAN, a leader in upscale multifamily development, construction and property management, today announced changes in its East Coast Region, based out of its regional office in Miami, to support MORGAN’s continued growth plans in the Florida market for years to come.
Evan Schlecker will remain in his position as Division Head, East Coast Region. In this role, Evan oversees all aspects of MORGAN’s activities across the state of Florida, as well as leading future expansion in the East Coast. He will remain actively involved on MORGAN’s Executive Committee and Investment Committee which handle strategic guidance for the firm nationwide.
Hugo Pacanins joins MORGAN as Regional Development Partner, South Florida. He has spent the last 14 years with RAM Realty Advisors where he led the multifamily development platform and oversaw the development of over 4,500 units. "Hugo has an impressive track record ranging from development of lower density suburban communities to complex mixed use projects," Evan said. "We are very excited to see what he will accomplish with the backing and track record of MORGAN."
Kamil Salame, who joined MORGAN in 2015, will remain in his role as Regional Development Partner, Central Florida. Kamil has an active pipeline in the Orlando and Tampa Bay markets.
MORGAN has been active in Florida since 1994. Recently completed developments in the state include Midtown 29, a 20-story, 309-unit mixed-use apartment tower in Midtown Miami; Pearl Flagler Village, a 7-story, 350-unit community in Fort Lauderdale; and Pearl Dadeland, a 412-unit apartment building in South Miami. MORGAN has over 2,000 units under construction or in planning, including projects in Orlando, Tampa Bay, Fort Lauderdale and Boynton Beach.
About MORGAN: MORGAN is a privately held national developer and manager of Class A multifamily properties. With headquarters in Houston, TX, MORGAN specializes in upscale urban construction and third-party property management across the United States. Since 1988, MORGAN has developed over 20,000 units at a cost of $3.1 billion. For more information, visit www.morgangroup.com