Pip Cornish joins American Landmark Apartments as executive VP

Pip Cornish joins American Landmark Apartments as executive VP

Published at: 2018-11-06 15:02 | Author: CIJ USA
Pip Cornish has been named executive vice president for the Eastern region at American Landmark Apartments. He replaces Lisa Grosse, who was recently appointed executive vice president of design and community development. Cornish will oversee all aspects of property management at the company's 18 projects in North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia, including operations, financial performance, product marketing and staffing. Cornish has more than 20 years of experience in the multifamily sector, most recently serving as director of operations at Cortland Partners. He has also held positions at Pegasus Residential, Equity Residential and GID Windsor Communities.

“Pip brings a wealth of experience in the multifamily space to American Landmark, including strengths in leasing oversight, asset management and capital improvements,” said Joseph Lubeck, CEO at American Landmark. “Most of all, he brings a passion for people, and has a unique talent for training/development. Under his leadership, our team members will be the most well-rounded, highly skilled professionals in the industry.”

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