Multi-Housing News: Toby Bozzuto Named ‘Developer of the Year’ by Maryland Building Industry Association
September 22, 2014
The Maryland Building Industry Association (MBIA) has named Toby Bozzuto, president of The Bozzuto Group, as its Developer of the Year. The award was given at the organization’s Land Development Council Awards of Excellence ceremony on September 18, 2014.
In late August, the Home Builders Association of Maryland and the Maryland-National Capital Building Industry Association merged to… Continue reading
September 01, 2014
As published in the PMA Bulletin:http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/e870f33d#/e870f33d/33
In this BULLETIN, we talk with Toby Bozzuto, president of The Bozzuto Group, about apartment buildings of the future, the importance of understanding the Millennial generation, the role of innovation and the need to bring new ideas to the multifamily residential industry. Here, Toby also reveals the formula for success that he learned from his father and explains what he would do if… Continue reading
May 02, 2014
NREI’s 2014 Multifamily Housing Survey not only looked into the outlook for the U.S. multifamily sector in terms of property fundamentals and investment sales, but also delved into the identities of 10 of the admired companies and 10 influential executives in the space.
AvalonBay Communities was among those chosen, along with Equity Residential, Archstone, Boston Capital, Hunt Companies and Camden Property… Continue reading
April 13, 2014
An irate “resident” approached Daniel Sticco demanding action from the concierge at the Apartments at CityCenter. She was having a party that night and her refrigerator had stopped working.
Sticco calmly apologized, made a phone call to the maintenance staff, offered solutions such as having another refrigerator delivered and ice brought to her apartment, and then made sure everything was done to her… Continue reading
March 24, 2014
January 06, 2014
Company: The Bozzuto Group.
When Kelly Allbritton and her husband were thinking about decamping from the District to the suburbs, they considered two options: They could purchase a new home, or they could move into a home they already owned in Columbia that they were renting out.
Thanks to a benefit from Allbritton’s employer, Bozzuto Group, the first option… Continue reading
September 11, 2013
Julie Smith’s great foresight, coupled with her trademark warmth, has turned Bozzuto Management into one of the industry’s best firms—and made her MFE’s 2013 Executive of the Year.
When Julie Smith walks in the room, it’s all smiles. It’s a surprise visit, but leasing consultants at Monroe Street Market Apartments in Washington, D.C., are no less excited to see the president of Bozzuto Management… Continue reading
August 15, 2013
Bozzuto Group President Toby Bozzuto has been appointed to the Urban Land Institute’s national advisory board for housing.
Bozzuto will help guide “strategic direction and ongoing program guidance” for ULI’s efforts to shape housing policy and create housing opportunities nationwide. Bozzuto, formerly head of the Bozzuto Group’s development company, became company president in February.
Bozzuto Group had $1.1 billion in revenue in… Continue reading
Washington Business Journal: Which D.C.-Area Employers are Rated Highest on Glassdoor.com? It Might Surprise You.
August 14, 2013
Which D.C.-area employers get the best (and worst) reviews from their employees on Glassdoor.com?
Click here to view the slideshow (Bozzuto is ranked #8): http://www.bizjournals.com/washington/blog/2013/08/which-employers-in-greater-washington.html?s=image_gallery
We asked Glassdoor, a website where current and former employees can anonymously rate their workplace by a… Continue reading
July 24, 2013
The Urban Land Institute's Baltimore District Council has given its lifetime achievement award to Thomas S. Bozzuto.
Bozzuto, CEO of Greenbelt-based Bozzuto Group, has overseen nearly 50,000 residential units worth nearly $7 billion during his more than 40 years in real estate.
The Greenbelt-based company recently opened its $72 million,… Continue reading