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Awards | News & Announcements | February 23, 2018

Richmond, VA — The Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities honored Wendy C. Drucker, CPM, Managing Director with Drucker + Falk, as one of its recipients of the esteemed 50th annual Peninsula Humanitarian Awards at an event on February 22, 2018. The awards honor individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to the promotion of respect and understanding among people of diverse racial, ethnic, and religious backgrounds in the Peninsula community.

Multifamily | News & Announcements | February 20, 2018

Cary, NC – The lease-up of The Franklin at Crossroads, a $45 million luxury mid-rise apartment community developed by Dewitt Carolinas in late 2015, defies market odds. The 199 upscale apartment homes, 5668 square foot clubhouse and resort-style pool are located on 17 acres in Cary, NC.

Awards | Multifamily | News & Announcements | February 13, 2018

Richmond, VA — The Central Virginia Apartment Association, a division of the Virginia Apartment Management Association, honored Drucker + Falk at its annual industry awards program, dubbed the “RAMMY’s,” at Central Virginia's largest multifamily event on January 26, 2018. The full service real estate and investment firm was recognized with four awards for its hard work and accomplishments in the multifamily sector, after being evaluated against a record-breaking 300 nominations.

Multifamily | News & Announcements | February 02, 2018

Yorktown, VA - Courts of Yorkshire Downs apartment community has been a mainstay in Yorktown since 1987. Known for its many amenities, and its superior location, a recent investment will result in a modern transformation of this well-established community. The renovation will include updates to the one, two and three bedroom apartments as well as upgrades to the clubhouse and landscaping. The community will feature all new LED lighting and new energy efficient appliances.

Multifamily | News & Announcements | January 24, 2018

Richmond, VA – Encompassing 45 designated historic districts, The Richmond Metro area has experienced a resurgence, being dubbed a “foodie town” and attracting new residents. This is due in part to the transformation that has taken place in the area’s multifamily housing options, bringing life back to historic districts through the redevelopment of dated and underused buildings into boutique apartment communities that revitalize neighborhoods and create a sense of place for residents.

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