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Presidium Among Best Places for Women to Work in Multifamily

Feature Photo:  The Thread multifamily property in Dallas–one of Presidium’s Texas holdings. Courtesy: Presidium.

Posted: 4-6-2020

Austin (Travis County) — Diversified real estate development, investment and management firm Presidium, has been named one of the Best Places to Work Multifamily™ for Women 2020.

For the first year, this new national list published by Multifamily Leadership was based on data gathered from the research conducted through the national Best Places to Work Multifamily® program.

“This recognition is an overall reflection of our core values, culture and steadfast commitment to our team members, clients and community,” said Lindsay Colbert, Chief Operating Officer of Presidium. “It’s gratifying to work in an environment that celebrates and supports the success of women. We look forward to continuously establishing Presidium as a top market leader in the CRE industry and beyond.”

To qualify, ranking companies from the Best Places to Work Multifamily™ for 2020 needed 25%— or a minimum of 15 —females working in the organization and the response rate of at least 40%.

The ranked order was determined by the female percent of positive response, largest to smallest.

From humble beginnings in 2003, Presidium has grown to almost 250 team members and over 80 assets under management, valued in excess of $2.5 billion. Presidium’s team is distinguished by the diversity, depth and character of its people.

Presidium respresents a spectrum of disciplines including law, finance, government, accounting, acquisitions, asset management, special servicing, property management, public-private partnerships, development and construction.

Edited from a Presidium press release.

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