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January 11, 2017
The Bozzuto Group, a Greenbelt-based real estate firm that has built more than 42,000 homes and apartments, was named multifamily development firm of the Year by the National Association of Home Builders.
The 29-year-old company, which received the award Tuesday at a ceremony in Orlando, has built large developments in Baltimore, such as the Union Wharf apartments in Fells Point and the Fitzgerald in Mount Royal. It also has a stake in the $100 million, 292-unit Anthem House in Locust Point that is set to open this year.
December 15, 2016
-The Baltimore Sun Recognizes Bozzuto's Dedication to Cultivating Strong Company Culture -
GREENBELT, MD - December 1, 2016 – Bozzuto was named as a Baltimore Sun Top Workplace at a November 30 event. This honor recognizes employers based on results of an employee survey which measures how valued and challenged people feel.
“Our mission of creating extraordinary experiences extends to our employees. This wonderful recognition is a testament to the workplace culture we have and hope to continue to create,” said Toby… Continue reading
November 02, 2016
Bozzuto knows a thing or two about exceeding expectations -- from being named a Top Workplace by the Washington Post to having the nations best customer service and online reputation.
At a recent panel conference held in October 2016 at Freddie Macs Customer Conference 2016 in Miami, Globe St. recently reported on Bozzuto's "larger, ongoing effort to mentor and promote women."
Julie Smith, Chief Administration Officer at Bozzuto said, “We have gender-balanced teams throughout the company even on the construction side,… Continue reading
August 01, 2016
The culture at Bozzuto Group starts with Chairman Tom Bozzuto, who ran the company for nearly three decades before passing the torch to his son Toby. Tom stays involved through regular visits to the company's residential development sites, and his son borrows from past generations in his management approach. "My grandfather drove an oil truck, and he used to say he'd give anything to work at a place where he had the privilege of wearing a tie," Toby says. The same ideas filter down to how employees interact with clients.… Continue reading
May 12, 2016
COLLEGE PARK, Md., May 12, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A vibrant new development is in the works that will dramatically change the southern edge of downtown College Park. The University of Maryland today announced plans to redevelop the Quality Inn, and several adjacent businesses, into a grocery-anchored, mixed-use community featuring upscale residences, restaurants and retail.
The project involves collaboration between Bozzuto, Willard Retail, and the University of Maryland College Park Foundation, the entity that… Continue reading
April 30, 2016
Earlier this month, the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) released its Top 50 Managers list based on how many units managed a purely quantitative measurement of units. So for this month’s ORA installment, we wanted to highlight the top 10 managers of the NMHC 50 from a different point of view, with a different yard stick: just how happy are the residents in all those units?
Apparently size doesn't mean much when it comes to online reputation. Companies at the very top and toward the very bottom of the NMHC 50… Continue reading
April 28, 2016
In advance of next week’s Builder 100 release, we spotlight six builders one each day that stood out on important issues including lots, labor, and lending.
No. 172: The Bozzuto Group
The Bozzuto GroupYear Founded: 1988
2016 Builder 100 Rank: 172
Units Closed in 2015: 167
Percent Change YoY: +35%
Location: Greenbelt, Md.
When it comes to knowing what young home buyers want, The Bozzuto Group has a leg up on most of the companies on the Builder 100/Next 100 list.
Because the regional home builder is also an… Continue reading
April 22, 2016
Opening the door to the next stage in life means choosing the right housing option.
By Rebecca Kirkman | Photography by Mitro Hood - April 2016
’ve all seen the demographic bubble coming: The last of the baby-boomer generation turned 50 in 2014, meaning there’s now a large group of people nearing retirement or, at the very least, thinking about how they would like to live the next decade or two. But this isn't a group that's going to go quietly to the old folks’ home.
The good news? Baltimore was ranked the seventh best… Continue reading
April 02, 2016
Jason and Rebecca Petersen’s lives are in flux, just as they are for many young families. They like life as renters in the urban neighborhood in Denver called LoHi, where apartments are steadily replacing single-family houses, and crowds of millennials flock to trendy shops and restaurants.
But will they buy a house in the suburbs as their son, 3-year-old Lucas, nears school age? It’s a possibility, if jobs lead them there, or they go in search of better schools. But they would miss the lively neighborhood and its short… Continue reading
March 20, 2016
The City of Chicago publishes a list of problem landlords, and updates it twice a year. The list has no properties in the prime near-lakefront neighborhoods where YoChicago concentrates its coverage.
A list of bad landlords isn't very helpful to renters, who are typically far more interested in finding a good one than in avoiding a bad one.