Douglas Elliman Property Management Ranked #1 in NYC

DEPM has been ranked #1 among Residential Property Managers in New York City. This year’s rating by The Real Deal Magazine is based on independently researched data provided by the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development.

Two years ago, Douglas Elliman won the Holy Grail of property management assignments: Co-op City. With 35 buildings and 15,000 units in the Bronx, the Mitchell-Lama project is the country’s largest cooperative housing complex,” reports The Real Deal, adding, “Douglas Elliman Property Management, which took the top spot with 28,022 units, is part of the residential brokerage giant (Douglas Elliman) with 113 offices across the country. In Manhattan, Elliman scored several new high-end condo developments, including 150 Charles Street, 215 Chrystie Street and 111 Murray Street.”

As we continue to add new properties to our portfolio, our ability to pass along valuable volume discounts to all of our client buildings brings more value than ever to our boards and residents. We are thrilled to be ranked #1 in NYC and we are dedicated to maintaining our reputation for offering the best property management in the industry. Since 1911, DEPM has been focused exclusively on the business of property management. Our managers have the experience and expertise to handle any issues that arise, from the most basic budget planning to the most complex property upgrades and maintenance issues. To read the full article at The Real Deal, click on this link: https://therealdeal.com/issues_articles/top-property-managers-nyc/Real Deal 2018

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