Case Studies Real Estate Development

Lat Purser & Associates Inc.

Thanks to millennials, there’s a trend afoot: walkability. Walkability is a measure of how “friendly” a neighborhood is to walking. In an ideal scenario, employment, shopping, dining and entertainment can all be accessed on foot rather than by car. Foresighted developers like Lat Purser & Associates Inc., known as LPA, have taken note. In fact, […]

Lugano Apartments – Fore Property Co.

In the heart of sunny Kissimmee, Florida, Lugano Apartments may represent the future of high-end living for those seeking a community full of indoor and outdoor amenities with all the privacy necessary for hosting friends and family. Lugano is made up of four, four-story buildings and one three-story building. Also part of the complex are […]

Latitude – Investment Property Advisors LLC

Located just steps from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Latitude allows its occupants to discover innovation and experience new heights as an all-inclusive apartment complex for students and professionals. Upon completion, this five- and six-story development will have 324 apartments with 519 beds. Amenities include a fitness center, a club house, a spa pool […]

Lucky Dragon Hotel and Casino – The PENTA Building Group

Lucky Dragon Hotel and Casino will be Las Vegas’ first casino resort designed from the ground up to create an authentic Asian cultural and gaming experience. This $85 million project will feature a nine-story, 203-room hotel with a two-story casino and six-story parking structure and will be located on the Las Vegas Strip. The general […]

L.C. Fulenwider Inc.

Few developers and real estate moguls have a history of firsts quite like L.C. Fulenwider Inc. Spanning four generations, the family-owned company has made its name known as a real estate pioneer in the Mile High City. From the heart of downtown Denver’s business district to the airport, Fulenwider has been a fixture in the city’s real estate, property […]

Lee Kennedy Company Inc.

After 35 years in business, Lee Kennedy Company Inc. (LKC) is well-known for its diverse portfolio of work spanning every major industry sector in New England. As an established construction manager based in metropolitan Boston, LKC is large enough to have broad capabilities, with 150 employees and more than $300 million in annual volume, but […]

Lloyd Companies

In 1972, Craig Lloyd and his wife Pat founded Lloyd Companies (Lloyd) as a small property management firm responsible for a single multifamily complex. Since then, the South Dakota-based company has evolved into a full-service property management, real estate, construction and development company that remains family-owned and -operated. “We now manage about 3,200 apartment units […]

Liberty Mechanical Contractors LLC

Michael Contillo founded Liberty Mechanical Contractors LLC (Liberty) in 1968, and the company has since grown to be one of largest and most respected mechanical contractors in New York City. From its humble beginning working out of a small storefront on Castle Hill Avenue in the Bronx, Liberty has become one of the industry’s preeminent […]

Lemmon & Lemmon Inc.

Bill Lemmon, president and owner of development company Lemmon & Lemmon Inc. (LLI), was a certified Member of the Appraisal Institute (MAI) and respected real-estate developer for 27 years when, in 1988, he was bitten by the construction bug. Lemmon remained an appraiser till 2000, while simultaneously developing his passion for building and consummately stylish […]

Legend Home Corporation

The biggest challenge facing both residential and commercial builders since 2008 is known industry-wide and remains easy to identify: no one can get a loan from the banks. However, one company based out of Houston, Texas, has come up with a unique way to solve that problem. Legend Home Corporation (LHC) has an in-house mortgage […]

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