We are so proud to announce that a number of our team members have been named finalists for the 2019 Emerald Awards. This annual celebration of the best of the best in the multi family industry is hosted by the Washington Multi Family Housing Association (WMFHA) each year. It's like the Oscars for people who work in property management!
In order to become a finalist, team members must be nominated and then face an extensive series of interviews and written questions. Each nominee is judged by a series of industry experts and finalists are chosen from hundreds of entries.
We have two finalists from Stadium Place. Matt Stibbs is a finalist for Property Manager of the Year for properties over 300 apartments.
Dave Voss is a finalist for Maintenance Technician of the Year at Stadium Place.
At The Meyden Joel Sanders is a finalist for Maintenance Supervisor of the Year for properties ranging in size from 150 to 300 apartments.
We have two finalists at The Century in Seattle. Pascal Coufal is a finalist for Property Manager of the Year.
Vy Tran is a finalist for Rookie of the Year at The Century. This is an award for people who are new to the multi family industry.
At our Seattle office, Tyler Patton is a finalist for the Regional Maintenance Director of the Year.
The 101 in Kirkland is a finalist for Community of the Year for properties with fewer than 150 apartments.
We are also proud that our Pillar Passions program has been named a finalist for the Community Service Team award. That's our team celebrating our successful Toys for Tots campaign last year.
The Emerald Award winners will be announced at a ceremony in February. Congratulations to all of our finalists, we are rooting for you!