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Newcastle Limited has brought in Delight Merrill as senior vice president, multifamily operations

Newcastle Limited Names SVP of Multifamily Operations

Delight Merrill has joined Chicago-based Newcastle Limited as SVP of Multifamily Operations. In her new role, Merrill will be responsible for building the strategic vision for Newcastle’s residential operating platform. She will oversee the firm’s 3,000-unit multifamily portfolio and a team of 100 employees responsible for management and leasing. 

“Delight brings 20 years of proven experience in multifamily leasing and management and an impressive operational track record,” said Steve Merchant, COO of Newcastle Limited. “We are thrilled to have her on board as we continue to grow our portfolio and develop our multifamily team.” 

Most recently, Merrill was director of property management with Redwood Capital Group, a vertically integrated real estate investment manager, overseeing the day-to-day operations of its 6,500-unit residential portfolio. Prior to her role at Redwood, she was VP of property management with Akara Partners. 


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