ATLANTA, GA - Gables Residential, a leader in the development and management of multifamily communities was recently awarded the National Association of Home Builders Pillars of the Industry Award for Best Corporate Website. Launched a year ago, the corporate site website, www.gables.com, was recognized for featuring powerful search and mapping tools, hyper-local community content, and a clean, type-centric design. Digital Scientists, Gables’ Atlanta-based digital agency of record, designed and developed the site.
The award-winning website was also noted for allowing prospective residents the ability to choose an apartment community by using tools such as smart filtering and sorting that allows site visitors to narrow their search based on floor plan, amenities, availability, pet policy and price. Neighborhood data is available allowing a prospect to identify proximity to local areas and amenities. The site also leverages social media giving prospects insight into life as a resident by integrating community specific blogs, Facebook, Twitter and rating site reviews.
“We are exceptionally proud to be recognized as an industry leader in innovation for our website,” noted Sue Ansel, President and Chief Executive Officer. “This award recognizes our commitment to extraordinary quality and service for our prospects and residents. We were pleased to have a strong partner in Digital Scientists as they helped drive the value of the user experience on our new website. ”
The NAHB's Pillars of the Industry Awards program identifies the best in multifamily design, from low-rise to mixed-use, in rentals and condos, in workforce housing and green building. The organization also honors the industry's most creative and effective marketing campaigns, as well as its top developers and property managers.
With a mission of Taking Care of the Way People Live, Gables Residential has received national recognition for excellence in the management, development, acquisition and construction of luxury multifamily communities in high job growth markets.