APRIL 2020
ISSUE XI.IV
April development news collage
Greetings!
April has been a time of adjustment, but we are happy to be sharing good news this month. We have some exciting development news, details on how our residential communities are working to help their residents feel stronger as well as safe, and a lot of associate updates. Continue reading below for details on all of this and more!

Don't forget, we are always happy to get feedback on our newsletter, so feel free to reach out to a Holladay team member you know, or simply reply to this email with your comments and questions.

Thank you and be safe!
Development News
Project Updates:
  • The Illiana - The model unit is complete and we are pre-leasing apartments at The Illiana in Whiting, IN. The 5-story building features ground floor commercial space and 32 two-bedroom/two-bath apartments. The apartments feature 9-foot ceilings, master bedrooms with en-suite baths, and amazing city-scape views. The project is expected to welcome its first residents this June. Visit the website to learn more and view the model-unit video tour.
  • NorthPoint - Holladay's 300-acre master-planned business park in Westfield, IN, NorthPoint, was recently featured in the Indianapolis Business Journal. The feature focused on how the collaboration of the City of Westfield and Holladay has resulted in a development that is drawing attention from national and even global firms. Continue reading...
In the News:
  • Holladay Properties has obtained support from the Prince William County Board of Supervisors for a new 30,000 square foot Class A wet lab facility to be located in Manassas, VA. The Board has approved use of the County's Economic Development Opportunity Funds to build and maintain The Northern Virginia Science Center. Continue reading...
April Management and People news collage
Management & Operations News
Management News:
  • Some of our Residential Property Managers recently worked on efforts to spread cheer across our apartment communities. At Burlington Station in Downers, Grove, IL, Cara Pagels asked residents to decorate their windows. A couple of second grade students went above and beyond the request and installed a rainbow of hearts in the property's main entrance window. At Maple Lane Apartments in Elkhart, IN, Kristen McFarland asked residents to put Teddy Bears in the windows so that families who were walking around the property would have something fun to look for. We are very proud of our residential managers for their efforts to nurture community during this time of global crisis.
Associate News
 Promotions & Staff Shout-Outs:
  • Brian Wilcox, Director of Brokerage Services (Winter Park, FL) and Matt Poncy, Leasing Agent (Plantation, FL), have been recognized by CoStar Group as Power Brokers Quarterly Deals winners. Brian and Matt came out on top of the list of winners in the Top Office Leasing Deals for the South Florida Market. Continue reading...
  • Diane Sopczynski and Todd Topolski of our South Bend, IN office have been promoted to Senior Accountant. In their new roles, Diane and Todd will be taking leadership responsibilities for cash management, financials, and Holladay's investment portfolios. Way to go, Diane and Todd!
  • Cara Pagels, Property Manager (Burlington Station - Downers Grove, IL) would like to give a shout-out to Shasta Kreighbaum, Residential Senior Property Manager (South Bend, IN) for going above and beyond to support Holladay's residential team. "Shasta is never afraid to say 'I don't know the answer,' but surely will find the answers. Thanks for everything you do, Shasta!"
  • Congratulations to Thad Newton, Commercial Maintenance Technician (Indianapolis, IN) and his wife on the arrival of their fourth child. With everything going on, it was wonderful to hear that Thad was able to be present during the birth, and that both mother and baby were healthy. Congratulations to the Newton family!
Thankful for...April 2020
  • Each year at Thanksgiving, we ask Holladay associates to share what they are thankful for that year. With the current crisis overwhelming the country, we thought it would be nice to take a break from all of the doom and gloom talk, and focus on something positive. So, we asked our associates to tell us what they're thankful for right now, and we compiled their answers in this special edition of our "Thankful for..." blog series. Continue reading...
April 2020 community news collage
Holladay in the Community
  • (Portage, IN) - On Friday, March 6, Holladay associates dressed in their finest attended the Junior Achievement (JA) of Chicago/Northwest Indiana Fourth Annual Prom Gala at Avalon Manor in Merrillville, IN. Holladay was a Pep Rally Sponsor of the event and was recognized as an Outstanding Corporate Champion for the firm's continue support of JA. In addition, Drew Mitchell, VP-Development (LaGrange, IL), a JA Board member, was honored with the Volunteer of the Year Award.
Featured Charity
Recognizing Our People in the Community

Tiffany Coursey is Holladay's SVP of Human Resources. She works out of our Nashville, TN office and joined the company in 2016. Tiffany has over 15 years of experience in Human Resources and earned the Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach designation in 2018. Tiffany is an active member of Impact Nashville .

Impact Nashville is a women's giving circle that harnesses its members' collective financial and philanthropic power to accelerate positive social change in the Nashville area. Impact Nashville is an affiliate of the global organization Impact 100 . There are more than 55 Impact 100 affiliates throughout the world.

Each member of Impact Nashville pays annual membership dues that are pooled together to award large grants to recipients. In 2015, the organization's inaugural year, Impact Nashville announced its first grant winner and awarded a $26,000 grant to Tennessee Higher Education Initiative.

The impact of Impact Nashville has continued to grow with one or more grants awarded every year since its inception. With over 100 members in 2019, the women of Impact Nashville voted to gift grants to three Nashville-area non-profits. The 101 members, contributed a total of $101,000 in donations and chose to make one contribution to a non-profit focused on "ending a cycle" of debilitating conditions like homelessness, poverty, addiction, abuse, etc., and two additional non-profits that were in the startup phase or operating on a limited budget.

Tiffany has been a member of Impact Nashville since 2018 and has participated on the Grants Committee since joining. Tiffany is passionate about being involved with Impact Nashville because it allows her to make a more significant impact on her community than she could on her own.

You can learn more about Impact Nashville at https://www.womenimpactnashville.com .