Vantage Management’s Philosophy of Innovation at Their New Property
- Jun 16, 2015
Germantown, Md.—Vantage Management has been named the new management company of the Marbury Plaza Apartments, two high-rise buildings and seven garden-style homes located in Washington D.C.’s up-and-coming Anacostia neighborhood.
“Vantage relies on a philosophy of innovation, execution and results,” Gayle Filo, Vantage Management’s vice president, told MHN. “Marbury has presented us with an opportunity to improve the level of customer service and resident engagement in the community, along with implementing the capital improvement projects directed by the owner. For us, it is all about caring for our customers.”
The 672-unit residential community was originally built in 1968 and features studios, one- and two-bedroom floor plans. The panoramic view from Marbury’s top-floor apartments offer views of the Washington National Cathedral to Virginia and beyond.
Filo said Vantage is working with its owner on a long-term capital plan. Short-term goals include improved landscaping and curb appeal, new property signage and increased customer service to its residents.
Marbury Plaza offers a 24-hour concierge, controlled access entry, panoramic views of the city, off-street parking including optional reserved spaces in the underground garage, a sparkling swimming pool and easy access to Downtown D.C. and Capitol Hill.
Future plans and initiatives for Anacostia include revitalizing the waterfront to promote community as well as additional retail and restaurants in Historic Anacostia.
“Anacostia is an evolving community that is only six minutes away from downtown D.C. Not to mention there are three different metro stations within easy reach of residents,” Filo said. “Homebuyers are viewing this area as the next neighborhood in D.C. to undergo a rebirth and real estate development is beginning in earnest. With the biggest floor plans in the city, marvelous views and easy access to downtown, Marbury Plaza is poised to be a destination of choice for people choosing to be among the first residents of this up-and-coming neighborhood.”