Friday, September 16, 2016

The Habitat Company Awarded Management of Park Place Condominiums in Chicago,IL

Park Place Condominiums, River North Neighborhood, Chicago, IL

 CHICAGO,IL – The Habitat Company, a leading multifamily property developer and manager in the U.S., announced that it has been awarded the management of Park Place by the property’s condominium association.

Diane White
Located at 600 N. Kingsbury in Chicago’s River North neighborhood, the 20-story, 163-unit contemporary condominium tower was designed by Chicago-based Solomon Cordwell Buenz and was completed in 2002.

“We have made a commitment to growing our condominium portfolio by enhancing our best practices through the implementation of a customer-focused management approach, which includes providing corporate support and services that meet or exceed our client's expectations,” said Matt Fiascone, president of Chicago-based The Habitat Company.

“We’re honored to bring our experience in managing luxury, urban residential properties to the homeowners at Park Place.”

Fiascone noted that prior to hiring Habitat, the distinctive red-façade building with contrasting green-tinted windows was self-managed. “We applaud the condo board and homeowners at Park Place for the work they have done, as managing a building like Park Place is a full-time job,” said Fiascone.

 “But we’re excited to get to work and help the building run as efficiently as possible so homeowners can get back to enjoying actually living in this building rather than overseeing the day-to-day management of it.”

As the new managing agent of Park Place, The Habitat Company will work closely with the condominium’s board of directors to optimize procedural efficiencies and maximize cost savings – helping to ensure the association remains a sound investment. 

As one of the largest developers and property managers in the U.S., The Habitat Company offers its clients volume purchasing discounts in areas such as property insurance, gas and electricity. 

Matt Fiascone
The company’s proprietary budget program also provides real-time forecasting and reporting which has proven a useful tool in managing financial responsibilities more efficiently.

“This isn’t the first time we’ve helped a condo building go from being self-managed to working with a full-service property manager, and the key to every seamless transition has been good communication,” said Diane White, senior vice president of condo management for The Habitat Company.

“Our proactive approach in communicating with residents and the board of directors is always centered around our main goal – to enhance the living experience for every condo owner.

 For a complete copy of the company’s news release, please contact:

Cara Mooses,, 312.267.4523
Kim Manning,, 312.267.4527

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