DENVER, CO—Mission Rock Residential LLC wasrecently named to manage the 171-unit Downtown Belmar Apartments inLakewood, CO. Based in Denver, Mission Rock now manages over 94multi-family properties and over 20,000 units in Arizona, Colorado,Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Utah, and Washington. Thecompany employs over 550 team members and has a regional office inPhoenix, Arizona. GlobeSt.com caught up with presidentPatricia Hutchison on the company's growth and onhow the residential property management business had changed overthe years.

GlobeSt.com: I see that Mission RockResidential's portfolio has grown to 20,000 units. What do youattribute that growth to?

Pat Hutchison: The growth is due toour largest client acquiring properties at a significantpace. We are a revenue-driven management company, as such wehave had a positive performance at the properties in ourportfolio. Many owners have recognized this, and have reachedout to us to manage their properties and to take advantage of ourexpertise to maximize their property's performance.

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