Renamed 2800 at Sweetwater, the multifamily buy adds 324 B class units to RADCO’s portfolio. Renamed 2800 at Sweetwater, the multifamily buy adds 324 B class units to RADCO’s portfolio.

ATLANTA—As growing real estate companies hit their stride in 2018, many will face structural challenges that make expanding in-house difficult. So says Bryan Gershkowitz, COO of RADCO, one of the nation’s top opportunistic multifamily investors.

Gershkowitz is in a unique position to comment on the benefits of in-house structures with vertical operating platforms. That’s because the company recently restructured to better manage its emerging property management division within its multifamily development business.

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