Apartment Communities

Sharon and George

Filling Mouths and Hearts

Posted on August 23, 2018 by .
“The initial reason I wanted to start a food pantry was to help those residents who don’t qualify for food assistance, because of age or income. With a lot of hard work from our volunteers, it has become an amazing reality, and we look forward to helping even more people who are struggling to put food on the table.” Samantha Morran is the service coordinator at Cambridge Square Bedford, a...

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Pop Quiz with David O. Barrett, CEO of Gene B. Glick Company

Posted on June 5, 2018 by .
What does the Gene B. Glick Company look for when acquiring a property? Affordable Housing Finance conducted an interview with CEO David O. Barrett, asking him that question and several others. In this article by Donna Kimura, Barrett discusses the company’s history of philanthropy and its plans for the future. Pop Quiz With David O. Barrett The head of the Gene B. Glick Co. shares what he looks for when...

Quarry Delivers Exceptional Resident Experience

Posted on February 23, 2018 by .
The Quarry at River North team strives to provide an exceptional customer experience, ensuring luxury, quality and services are delivered with every resident and customer engagement. While a vast list of amenities exists for Quarry residents to enjoy, the team focuses on the interactions and engagement with each experience that will enhance the residents’ everyday lifestyle. “The staff, location, property and amenities are unmatched. The staff does an exceptional job of...

Feeding the Hungry, Nourishing the Soul

Posted on December 18, 2017 by .
Healthy eating habits are growing from the ground up at Carriage House East, a Glick community located on the east side of Indianapolis. “We broke ground for our new garden on April 22, which happened to be Earth Day this year,” said Kathy Whitlow, the service coordinator at Carriage House East. “We created six vegetable gardens and two flower beds, and residents have been involved in taking care of everything...

Age is Just a Number at Wesley Park

Posted on November 14, 2017 by .
“In the community, this program will allow the coming together of diverse groups, allowing better understanding of values and traditions. The residents will have an opportunity to utilize their skills, allowing for better mental and physical health. The children will develop new social skills, possibly increase academic performance, and generate new stable relationships.” That was the hope of Laura Smart, the service coordinator at Wesley Park Apartments, when she submitted...