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MRG Takes on Management of 750 Adams Place

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In April of this year, MRG was hired by an international investor to manage 750 Adams Place, a 201-unit apartment building in the Memphis medical district.  MRG will be assisting the new owner of the property in the re-positioning of … Continue reading

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MRG Buys Land in Midtown

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As reported in this Commercial Appeal article, MRG has purchased land in Midtown at the corner of Madison and McLean. It has been broadly speculated by the media and others that MRG will build apartments on this property. However, no … Continue reading

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Signature is First-Rate Success for Second Generation Company

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Apartment homes at the new Signature at Schilling Farms in Collierville are leasing as quickly as they can be built. The 250-unit property, which will be completed around mid-year 2015, is the first apartment community developed by Makowsky Ringel Greenberg … Continue reading

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Signature at Schilling Farms is Open for Business

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There’s been terrific demand for the new, spacious apartment homes at the Signature at Schilling Farms. It has been only a couple of weeks since the first residents moved in to one of the first buildings completed in the new … Continue reading

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Groundbreaking on The Signature

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Makowsky Ringel Greenberg is proud to announce that construction has begun on The Signature, a 251-unit luxury apartment community that is expected to have units available for lease as early as Spring 2014.  The Signature is located in Schilling Farms, … Continue reading

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MRG Participates in Project Safeways

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Project Safeways, a pilot program designed to make apartment communities safer, has become a stand-alone nonprofit as a result of a $450,000 grant from the Plough Foundation, $150,000 from the city’s Gun Down plan, and contributions from MRG, LEDIC Management, … Continue reading

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