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Anna Deans

Midway appoints Leasa Sullivan as Regional Property Manager

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October 7, 2020

Midway is pleased to announce Leasa Sullivan has accepted the position of Regional Property Manager, Property Operations. In this role, she is responsible for oversight and operations of a portion of Midway’s portfolio group of multifamily and commercial properties, including development, start-up, acquisition, due diligence and property operations.

 Unique to Midway is the firm’s in-house management of multifamily, office and retail, which allows for greater synergy with multifamily developers seeking mixed-use turnkey solutions. Midway Property Operations has also recently branched out to manage third party properties such as The Alexan at CITYCENTRE, St. Andrie at Buffalo Heights and Memorial Heights. In total, Midway’s Property Operations team manages over 3.7 million square feet consisting of mixed-use, office and industrial, including over 1,800 multifamily units. Leasa was hired to elevate these growing capabilities for Midway.

“From the first moment I met Leasa I saw her passion for the multifamily industry. I could sense this hunger to lead a team to be industry leaders,” said Micah Hart, Senior Vice President, Property Operations. “I am confident her experience, leadership and enthusiasm will be instrumental as we continue to build the property management side of our business.”

Drawing on nearly two decades of multifamily management experience, Leasa will manage both multifamily and commercial properties for Midway. She most recently served as Area Operations Manager for Cortland, an international multifamily real estate, development, and management company responsible for overseeing 7,000 units valued at $3.15Billion in Houston, Austin, and San Antonio. Leasa’s extensive multifamily experience also includes managerial roles at Capstone Real Estate Services, Geneva Multi-Family Inc., Centra Asset Partners and Walden Affordable Group.