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Featuring rentals at - Almeda Park Apartments (South Houston); Baybrook Park - Seniors 55+ (Webster, TX); Birdsong Place Villas (Baytown, TX); Cypresswood Estates Seniors 55+ (NW); Dayton Park Apartments (Dayton, TX); The Enclave, single-family rental homes (NW Houston); Fallbrook Ranch Apartments (NW Houston); Fountains at Tidwell Apartments (NW Houston); Gardens at Friendswood Lakes - Seniors 55+ (Friendswood, TX); Kingwood Senior Village - Seniors 55+ (Kingwood, TX); Magnolia Estates - Seniors 55+ (NE); The Orchard at Garden Oaks - Seniors 55+ (N); The Orchard at Westchase - Seniors 55+; Orchard Park at Willowbrook - Seniors 55+ (NW); Parkway Ranch & Parkway Ranch II, single-family homes (NW Houston); Pepper Tree Manor Apartments - Seniors 55+ (N); Sheldon Ranch, single-family homes (Channelview, TX); South Acres Ranch & South Acres Ranch II, single-family homes (South Houston); SGV Investment Homes single-family homes (Channelview, TX); Tidwell Estates Apartments (NW Houston); Townhomes of Bay Forest (Baytown, TX); Uvalde Ranch Apartments (East Houston); and Waterside Court, single-family rental homes (NW Houston)
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ABOUT THE HETTIG/KAHN COMPANIES
The Hettig/Kahn Companies - Houston was established in November 1977 for the purpose of real estate acquisition, development, and management. The Hettig Companies perceived the need to pursue new concepts in the investment and development of real estate, combining innovation and creativity with a sense of responsibility to the investor and to the land. Since its inception, The Hettig/Kahn Companies have been involved in the development of $390,000,000 of office buildings, retail centers, condominium conversions, and apartments, with a strong focus on affordable housing. The management entity has over 3,200 units and is well respected throughout the industry with investors and lenders. Geographic areas of development included Florida, Ohio, Tennessee, California, and Texas.
The Hettig/Kahn Companies have won various awards, including a US Congressional Recognition Award and a 2011 Houston Business Journal Landmark Award for South Acres Ranch, and "Most Innovative Design" for a multi-family project from Professional Builders magazine previously. W. Barry Kahn was awarded Developer of the Year by the Texas Association of Builders in 2010. The City of Houston bestowed upon John Hettig of Hettig/Kahn Companies the "Visible Environment and Community Enrichment" award in 1987. Employees of Hettig Management Corp. have also received numerous awards from the Houston Apartment Association, which include "Manager of the Year" in 1990 and 2004, "Property Supervisor of the Year" in 1992 and 2004, and "Owner/Management Executive of the Year" in 1994, 1995 and 2008. The President of Hettig Management Corp., Darlene Guidry, was President of the Houston Apartment Association in 2004 and president of Texas Inter-faith Housing in 2011.
Organization memberships include Texas Affiliation of Affordable Housing Providers, Texas Apartment Association, Texas Association of Builders, National Association of Home Builders, Housing Advisory Group, Houston Apartment Association, National Apartment Association, Institute of Real Estate Management and Greater Houston Builders Association. Officers of the Hettig/Kahn Companies hold committee and board positions on most of these organization.
The Hettig/Kahn Companies have acquired, developed and rehabilitated numerous office buildings, multi-family, and retail centers throughout the United States. The outstanding architectural design of their commercial office buildings have drawn renown tenants such as a former President of the United State and a former Governor of Texas. The combination of creativity and innovation in Hettig/Kahnís rehabs has benefited their investors as well as enriched the communities in which they are situated.
PLEASE SEE THE ARTICLE BELOW FROM THE HOUSTON BUSINESS JOURNAL'S LANDMARK AWARDS: