We started out creating communities that are set apart from the competition. Using our industry foresight, pioneering spirit and market knowledge, plus our unparalleled relationships with external business partners, we met the demand for superior affordable and market-rate housing. And we’ll continue to do just that. Have a look at how far we’ve come since we were founded.
The NRP Group is founded in Cleveland, Ohio, by Alan F. Scott, T. Richard Bailey and J. David Heller. We develop five projects that year.
We open an office in Detroit and begin our expansion into Michigan.
We expand into North Carolina and Virginia.
We open an office in Raleigh.
We expand into Arizona, opening an office in Phoenix.
Operations are launched in Texas, opening our San Antonio office.
We form NRP Management.
This landmark year sees us complete the development of our 10,000th unit.
We now have over 5,000 units under management.
We formalize our Luxury Class A multifamily business.
We open an office in Buffalo and start growing our operations in New York.
The National Association of Homebuilders names us Multifamily Development Firm of the Year.
Affordable Housing Finance Magazine names us the number one Affordable Housing Developer for the fifth year in a row.
We expand into Florida and open an office in Orlando.
We now have 10,000 units under management.
We’re ranked 7th nationally in Multifamily Builders Top 50. And we pick up a National Association of Builders SAFE Award.
We’re the National Association of Homebuilders Multifamily Development Firm of the Year for the second time.
Our growth in Florida continues with the opening of our Tampa office.
Ranked #1 developer in Affordable Housing Finance while emphasizing more market-rate development.
We’re now developing 15 to 17 projects a year.
After a decorated 30 year career in the Real Estate industry Alan F. Scott chose to sell his shares in The NRP Group, to his partners, and retire.
We’re the National Association of Home Builders Pillar Award winner for 2014.
Despite growing economic uncertainty surrounding global trade and a record-long expansion, the commercial real estate sector is maintaining steady growth.
The lesson I’ve learned over the years is to hire and retain only A+ talent, which, in our organization, means high-potential performers, and grant them a tremendous amount of autonomy. Those kinds of professionals, at every level of the organization, thrive in the environment we’ve cultivated, while B players and C players drag down colleagues.
The crowded multifamily pipeline in Jersey City just got even busier. The NRP Group, a vertically integrated developer based in Cleveland, has broken ground on a 131-unit apartment building at 39 New York Ave. in the Coles Street Park neighborhood. The area sits between the Heights neighborhood and the border between Jersey City and Hoboken.
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