One way we set ourselves apart is through the integration of several distinct but related Cohen-Esrey business units. Together, we form a vertically integrated team of experts, coming together to create thriving communities that positively impact all stakeholders. Here’s one example of how this platform performs in a project environment:
The St. Thomas Historic Residences were built and originally operated as a hospital in the western Kansas community of Colby beginning in 1941. Cohen-Esrey Affordable Partners, LLC was the developer and quarterback on the conversion to affordable workforce housing. CE companies Construction Technologies and Service Technologies were the general contractor and subcontractor. CE’s Primepoint Partners supplied many of the building components and Cohen-Esrey Capital Partners secured the equity for the state historic tax credits. Finally Cohen-Esrey Communities coordinated the lease-up of the property and provides day-to-day property management services.
The involvement of all of these Cohen-Esrey business units through our Vertical Integration Platform allowed for much tighter control over the quality of the project, the development and construction timeline as well as the cost.
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