CHARLOTTE, NC - Crescent Communities, a Charlotte, N.C.-based real estate investment, development and operations company, has named Jay Curran as vice president for the firm's multifamily development in Georgia and Florida. "Crescent has a long history in the southeast region, and Jay Curran's leadership will help us continue to identify and execute strategic opportunities for multifamily development in Georgia and Florida," said Crescent Communities' Multifamily Group President Brian Natwick.
Curran began his career working for Ernst & Young and Sprint before earning his MBA degree from Duke University. After a stint as a strategy consultant with The Boston Consulting Group in Atlanta, Curran moved into the real estate development industry, joining the Novare Group to develop high-rise residential properties in Atlanta and Tampa. Curran spent the past five years with national apartment operator and developer Archstone, developing properties in Texas and Florida.
"The Georgia and Florida markets continue to have great untapped multifamily investment opportunities in core Class A markets and high job-growth suburban communities for which Crescent's approach to apartment community building is an ideal fit," Curran said.
Projects underway in Georgia and Florida include Crescent Terminus in Atlanta's Buckhead neighborhood and Crescent Bayshore, a luxury apartment community on Tampa's Bayshore Boulevard. Crescent recently opened Crescent Crosstown, a 344-unit apartment community in Tampa suburb Brandon, and plans to start construction later this year on several additional projects, including the transit-oriented community Crescent Central Station in Orlando.
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