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Peak Properties will now manage Old Orchard Residences, a five-building complex in Skokie, IL

Peak Properties Tapped to Manage Skokie Residential Complex 

Peak Properties, LLC has been tapped to take over management of 144 apartments plus the associated master condominium association units at Old Orchard Residences. It’s now responsible for the entire five building, 216-unit complex located at 10100 – 10116 Old Orchard Court in Skokie, IL. 

“We are well-versed in managing complex operations for all apartment building types and our ability to step in with a turnkey operation is our advantage,” said Mike Zucker, managing partner at Peak Properties. The company now manages more than 8,000 apartments plus commercial space throughout Chicagoland. 

The updated one – and two-bedroom apartments are all finished with recently upgraded kitchens and baths, and the complex offers abundant parking and outdoor space. 

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