MIAMI, FL - AHS Residential, a rapidly growing multifamily developer with Miami origins, announced today a complete company rebranding, including a new name and visual identity to support the company in its continued expansion across the U.S.
AHS Residential will now officially operate as “Resia,” a name carefully selected to communicate the company’s functional design, construction expertise, and dedication to its residents.
For the past ten years, AHS Residential has excelled at building quality apartments efficiently and providing exceptional living experiences for accessible prices. Today, as the housing affordability crisis continues to impact the lives of millions of families, Resia signifies the company’s remarkable progress and solidifies its commitment to making a difference.
“We have entered a new phase of our company’s evolution, and in a competitive industry, it’s more important than ever for our brand to stand out from the pack, and convey our purpose and culture,” said Ernesto Lopes, President and CEO of Resia. “This new name effectively captures our essence as a leader in the multifamily space and supports our goal of becoming a household name in the United States.”
Resia presently has more than 5,000 units under development in fast-growing metros in Florida, Texas, Georgia, and has plans for Colorado, D.C., and Arizona.
With support from its parent company MRV, Resia has been on a rapid expansion—the company is purchasing land for development in major markets throughout the Southeast and has more than doubled its workforce in the past two years. The company intends to deliver 8,000 new apartment units annually by 2025.
A key to Resia’s accelerated growth is its modular construction approach, which enables the company to build apartment communities 30 to 40 percent faster than traditional methods.
“Our construction method allows us to build quickly and achieve cost-savings that are passed on to our residents,” said Lopes. “Our goal is to help residents balance their immediate need for quality rental housing with their long-term goals for financial health and stability – we believe both are possible.”
Resia communities appeal to renters across the spectrum, from young families and working millennials, to small business owners and entrepreneurs, to empty nesters and active seniors.