DETROIT—REDICO, a national real estatedevelopment, investment, construction and property managementcompany headquartered in suburban Southfield, has just hiredJacqueline Trost as its new director of marketing.Trost has more than 13 years of marketing, branding, publicrelations and communications experience, company officials say.


The 50-year-old REDICO recently made a mark in the Chicago area.As reported in earlier this year, the companysuccessfully completed the purchase of 10 S.Dearborn, a historic 11-story downtown tower. According toCook County property records, the firm paid $10.5million.


REDICO is affiliated with both American House SeniorLiving Communities and ContinuumServices, a full-service, single-source buildingmaintenance and facility services company.


Trost will take responsibility for REDICO's strategic marketing,branding and communications initiatives. She will report toDale Watchowski, president and chief executiveofficer at REDICO and American House, and chairman and chiefexecutive officer at Continuum.


Just before joining REDICO, Trost served as director of publicrelations at Farmington Hills, MI-based VillageGreen, one of the nation's largest and oldestprivately-owned developer, owner and manager of luxury apartmentcommunities. She has also held key marketing and communicationspositions at Trinity Senior Living Communities,the Detroit Regional Chamber of Commerce and theDetroit Medical Center.

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Brian J. Rogal

Brian J. Rogal is a Chicago-based freelance writer with years of experience as an investigative reporter and editor, most notably at The Chicago Reporter, where he concentrated on housing issues. He also has written extensively on alternative energy and the payments card industry for national trade publications.