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Optima Brings Property Management In-House at Three Chicago Rentals

Development firm Optima, Inc. will lead property management and leasing services at three Chicagoland Class A rental buildings – its 490-unit Optima Signature mixed-use development in downtown Chicago’s Streeterville neighborhood, the under-construction 198-unit Optima Lakeview in the North Side’s Lakeview neighborhood, and its upcoming 109-unit building in downtown Wilmette, IL, along the North Shore.

While Optima has served as the owner, architect, developer and general contractor for its properties in Chicago and Arizona for more than 40 years, the firm primarily focused its property management services at its Scottsdale, AZ rental communities.

“As we expand our portfolio in the Chicago area with two new luxury apartments in development, it is a natural progression to bring management in-house, enabling us to provide the same level of exceptional service we’ve perfected at our Arizona communities,” said David Hovey Jr., AIA, president and COO of Optima, Inc.

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