SRE Group In The News – June 2016
Schottenstein Real Estate Group Up for Best Residential/Multifamily Developer in Columbus!
SRE Group has been nominated by Columbus CEO for Best Residential/Multifamily Developer of 2016.
The Best of Business Awards recognize central Ohio’s top businesses and organizations as determined by Columbus CEO readers. Readers vote for their favorite business and service providers in nearly 100 categories, from “Best Power Lunch” to “Best Suburb to do Business.”
Click here and vote for SRE Group at #63!
Central Gardens Grand
A new SRE Group community is coming soon to South Florida! In Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, SRE Group is excited to introduce the Central Gardens Grand community. The community will feature 124 high-end apartments off of Central Boulevard. There will be one, two, and three bedroom apartments at the community. The clubhouse and model are expected to open in Spring 2017.
Central Gardens Grand will include a 12,000 square foot clubhouse, a movie theater, a 24-hour fitness center, a yoga studio, a putting green, and a resort-style swimming pool. A dog park and walking paths with also be included within the community.
Leading a Company From a Millennial’s Perspective
His article, entitled “Leading a Company From a Millennial’s Perspective,” discusses how he has been so successful at a young age. He mentions that he still embraces many of the philosophies he learned from his father, Gary Schottenstein, but also has embraced new outlooks in certain areas. He says that the company culture is very important to him and he makes sure that his hardworking team also has time to laugh and enjoy each other’s company outside of the office at both office events and charity events.
Schottenstein advises young leaders to be open-minded and to always look at things from multiple angles before making a major decision. At the end of the day, Schottenstein comments that the satisfaction of SRE Group’s residents is the top priority and he works closely to ensure that the residents love where they live.