Indianapolis-based real estate developer TWG celebrates its 100th development. TWG, which specializes in affordable, market-priced and senior housing developments, says the milestone signals its growth nationwide.
TWG’s 100th development in the United States is Grata at Totem Lake, a $50 million, 125-unit affordable housing community that will open in Seattle next year.
CEO and co-founder Tony Knoble says this milestone is a testament to the entire company.
“Congratulations to the entire TWG team, and in particular our managers JB Curry of TWG Development, Chasity Sadowy of TWG Management and Keith Colgan of TWG Construction, as well as Justin Collins, Chief Financial Officer and Ken Bretz, Director Experience Officer, for making these 100 developments possible,” said Knoble. “We look forward to continuing our work with community leaders and charitable partners to build and sustain more critical housing communities in the future. Housing is a human right. everyone, and TWG remains committed to making housing affordable, accessible and accessible.
TWG says it also plans to partner with a property and services nonprofit to increase housing options for domestic violence survivors in eastern and northern King County, Washington.
Indianapolis-area TWG communities include Rise on Meridian, a mixed-income, multi-family housing complex south of the city, and Pando Aspen Grove, Indiana’s first modular housing community and permanent support complex for young adults who were previously part of the state’s child welfare and foster system.
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