AGPM’s vision is to become the "innovative" leader in the Multi-Family Industry providing the best value, life style and product in whichever market and location we are in, with a focus on sustainability, reducing the environmental impact and energy usage for our residents and communities.
To consistently provide quality apartment homes in respectful environments, initiating Green practices and educating our team members, prospects and residents to become a part of the “Green” team. Together we strive to make a difference for a better environment.
The PMCFI company was formed in 2000 to provide multifamily fee management services for primarily for affordable rental apartment communities. The initial focus was on the lease-up of newly constructed rental communities and the renovation and turnaround of troubled communities.
In 2004, the Louis Vogt and Scott Zimmerman owned management company PMCFI merged its 7,000 units with Reliance Management services and its 8,000 units to form Banyan Realty Management (“Banyan”) with 15,000 combined units under third party management throughout the eastern US in partnership with the principals of Alliant Capital.
In 2005 Banyan admitted London investment partner Mountstreet Holdings affiliate in order to expand its operations. Banyan grew to over 25,000 units and assisted London with acquisitions of other US property management companies; i.e. Trammell Crow Residential Services, Omni Management, Stratus, to become Riverstone Residential; the country’s second largest apartment manager.
In 2007 the first GP portfolio acquisition was closed, consisting of 3,700 units followed by three additional portfolios bringing the total to approximately 7,000 units. The management company interest in CAS-Riverstone was sold in 2008 and AGPM formed in order to self-manage its owned portfolio.
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Proud Sponsor of The Tree House Foundation
The Tree House Foundation will meet the needs of AGPM residents, providing necessary social services to promote a more holistic approach to self sufficiency. Partnering with community organizations and businesses, AGPM is able to provide resources completely free of charge to all our valued residents.
AGPM is a proud sponsor of The Tree House Foundation a non-profit organization that is committed to AGPM and our valued residents!