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RD Management Advances on 7 Development Projects

New York City-based RD Management LLC said it has seven luxury multifamily projects consisting of more than 2,000 units in various stages of planning and development nationwide. They include the following properties:

• Residences at Renaissance Square (Evesham, NJ) – 333 units; slated to begin leasing in spring 2020
• The Strand (Queens, NY) – 133 units; slated to begin leasing this summer
• Redevelopment of Orlando Live Events (Orlando, FL) – Master redevelopment plan with 780 units and 72,000 square feet of retail; groundbreaking on phase 1 this fall
• Merchants Crossing Shopping Center (Fort Myers, FL) – 278 units; groundbreaking by year-end
• Norton Shores Apartments (Muskegon, MI) – 126 units; groundbreaking by year-end
• Shops at Billerica (Billerica, MA) – 230 units at the Shops at Billerica; groundbreaking by year-end
• The 9th East Apartments (Salt Lake City, UT) – 264 units and 16,600 square feet of retail; groundbreaking by year-end

Pictured: The Strand.

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