4B — July 28 - August 10, 2017 — Owners, Developers & Managers — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal


O wners , D evelopers & M anagers 762-units in suburban Charlotte, NC NJ’s Solomon Organization acquires three apartment communities

UMMIT, NJ — The Solomon Organiza- tion has made its second Southeast multi-family port- folio acquisition over the last year, purchasing 762-units in three suburban Charlotte locations. Matthews Point and Mission Matthews Place, in Charlotte’s southeast suburb of Matthews, and Waterford Hills, in North Charlotte, will join holdings in Chapel Hill, Greensboro and Blacksburg that make up the current Solomon Southeast portfolio. “Robust economies with lead- S

mon Org. “We have created a considerable presence here in just a year, and we expect to continue to expand.” Solomon intends to make interior renovations to the apartment homes, consistent with its value-add, long-term strategy. Home to seven For- tune 500 companies, This is the second deal Solomon Southeast US deal consummated in the last 12 months, including an 896-unit portfolio acquisition of multi-family properties in Virginia and North Carolina. “Every market has unique characteristics, but one of the

BRAVO! appoints Tietz as director of business dev. for Control Temp Mechanical Svcs. GREEN BROOK, NJ — BRAVO! Group Services (BRAVO!) announced the most important investment fundamentals is to operate properties where people enjoy living,” said Solomon. “Our new properties fulfill our mission of offering affordable apartments in premier locations with great schools, transportation and lo- cal restaurants, services and shopping. We’re looking for- ward to a long future here.” n full service mechanical and electrical services division of BRAVO! With a keen focus on Control Temp Mechanical Services’ customer service and commitment to continual improvement, Tietz will repre- sent the division’s HVAC and building automation services. After earning a degree in marketing management from Tobe-Coburn, Tietz held posi- tions at Gallmann Co., and Klae Construction. As she progressed along her emerg- ing career path, Tietz entered the facility services industry, where she served as marketing director for EMCOR NY/NJ. She then moved on to acquire over ten years of field experi- ence and expertise in mechani- cal systems while serving as a Certified Maintenance Planner at Monsen Engineering. “Victoria understands the value reputable mechanical contractors need to bring to their clients’ facilities by actu- ally diagnosing system issues and properly performing main- tenance programs,” commented Karen Martinez , BRAVO! president & CEO. “Victoria de- livers the utmost commitment to customer service, especially in an economy where contrac- tors low-bid preventative main- tenance contracts in hopes of making it up in time &material, as well as complacently replace parts and use the word “failed” as a diagnosis,” she continued. n Victoria Tietz appointment o f V i c t o - r i a T i e t z as director of business development for Control Temp Me- c h a n i c a l Services , a

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ing universities, substantial healthcare and growing popu- lations have generated an

exciting dynamic in the Mid- Atlantic region,” said Marc Solomon , founder of the Solo-

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