As we get ready to enter another summer here in Tucson we are very pleased to announce that Paul Ash Management Company has been awarded many new management assignments this spring of 2018:
* Moonrise at Starr Pass Condominiums HOA-224 units located within the Starr Pass golf community in Tucson, Arizona
* Trinum Properties Commercial et al.- Representing three families who own diverse commercial properties of over 100,000 square feet throughout the Tucson Metropolitan area.
* Bellevue Tower Apartment Community-A 90 unit centrally located mid-rise and garden multifamily community located in Tucson. It is a lovely mix of families and managed by our very capable new residential specialist Nicole Holodynski.
* River at North Campbell HOA- 59 single family homes located close to the University of Arizona and Catalina Foothills.
We are also pleased to announce the hiring of Jena Carpenter to the Paul Ash Management Company family of dedicated real estate professionals. Jena has a long successful background in HOA and master planned communities and brings her many years of experience to our growing community management division. She is already proving to be a successful business development officer for our company.
Lastly, a Paul Ash Management affiliate —ACW Maynard American, LLC — has entered into a joint venture with award winning national multifamily developer LeCesse Development from Orlando FL on a $50,000,000 multifamily joint venture in Maynard, Massachusetts . The project was funded in April and broke ground in May with expected first occupancy due in late 2019.
Wishing you an enjoyable summer.
Bruce Ash, CPM
Paul Ash Management Company, LLC
Remembering Paul Ash – Maccabiah Record Holder
Longtime Arizona Daily Star sports editor Abe Chanin* dubbed Paul Ash* the “strongest Jew in the world” and helped him raise some of the money he needed to go the Maccabiah Games in Israel in 1957.
A military veteran and avid card player, Paul Ash raised the rest of the funds by winning card games as he criss-crossed the United States on the military transport flights that got him to New York in time to catch his flight to Israel. He won the first of his two gold medals that year in the sport of weightlifting, breaking all records in the 198-lb class. He competed and won the gold medal again in 1961.