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The Collier Companies, Apex One, and Paravest Capital Announce Acquisition of Tallahassee Community

September 6, 2017

GAINESVILLE, Fla. —On August 31, 2017, The Collier Companies (TCC) announced its partnership with Apex One and Paravest Capital in the acquisition of Avenue 29 Apartments in Tallahassee, Florida. The Collier Companies and partners purchased the multifamily housing complex from Avenue 29 Apartments LLC. Avenue 29 Apartments is a student housing property built in 2001. It

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Nathan S. Collier and Danny Gaekwad Break Ground on New Ocala Community

June 29, 2017

OCALA, Fla. — The Collier Companies’ (TCC) founder and chairman, Nathan S. Collier, and Danny Gaekwad entrepreneur and owner of DG Hospitality, celebrated their partnership and new community, Canterbury Circle, at a ground breaking ceremony Wednesday. The ceremony began at 5:30 p.m. behind the Holiday Inn and Suites. Over 80 guests and companies from central

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The Collier Companies and Utah Retirement System form Partnership for Third Community

November 21, 2016

    GAINESVILLE, Fla. — The Collier Companies has announced its third partnership with Utah Retirement System. In an effort to help improve the property’s overall performance, The Collier Companies and Utah Retirement System decided to extend their partnership in taking over The Connection at Statesboro. On October 26, 2016, The Collier Companies officially took over the management of

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Live Smart, Live at IQ

June 10, 2016

TAMPA, Fla.— Student housing is an industry that is constantly evolving, and these days, students and parents in Tampa want more. To answer the call, The Collier Companies is building just that in IQ Luxury Apartments. IQ is smart living and full of amenities and apartment features to help the modern student thrive. IQ is an

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Students want flashy, Parents want new, and Collier aims to deliver

May 26, 2016

Nathan S. Collier, chairman and founder of The Collier Companies, says basic student housing could be built more economically, but the marketplace doesn’t want it. In an environment that is fueled by an amenity war, Nathan Collier has a few insights to share. Students want bigger and better and the parents are not vetoing much.

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