NEWS

Lynd Tapped to Manage Nearly 1,200 Units

Lynd has expanded its management presence in Houston and Jacksonville, Fla., by adding 1,188 units to its portfolio. The management company was tapped by Sy Li, who owns the three Houston properties, and Creative Realty Partners, who owns the Jacksonville asset. Continue Reading (PDF) >>

Lynd Acquisitions Group Buys Iconic Multifamily Tower in Virginia Beach for $43 Million

Lynd Acquisitions Group (LAG), a Texas-based real estate investment vehicle, has acquired an iconic apartment community in Virginia Beach, Virginia for $43 million with plans to spend millions more on value-add improvements. The 16-story, 266-unit Mayflower Apartments at 34th Street and Atlantic Avenue is a highly coveted address as it is the only high-rise rental building within a block of the Atlantic Ocean. Continue Reading (PDF) >>

LYND Adds Nearly 1,200 Apartment Units to its Management Portfolio

LYND, a leading national apartment management company, has added 1,188 units to its growing portfolio amid the global coronavirus pandemic. The San Antonio, Texas-based company was retained by two separate ownership groups to operate three communities in the Houston, Texas metropolitan area and one in Jacksonville, Florida, two regions where LYND already has a long-standing presence. Continue Reading (PDF) >>

LYND Uses the Pandemic as an Opportunity to Innovate

A. David Lynd, CEO of the LYND Company, is a great believer in consistency and process. “We have established time-tested procedures and guidelines governing every aspect of our operations that we apply uniformly across our communities,” he says. “Our confidence in them gives us the freedom pursue opportunities wherever we find them.” Continue Reading (PDF) >>

What’s Up Next For San Antonio?

A high quality of life and affordable cost of living have brought thousands of new jobs and residents to San Antonio in recent years. The market’s fundamentals are strong, but the question of how much disruption COVID-19 will cause remains uncertain. Continue Reading (PDF) >>

LYND Offers Helping Hand to Health Care Workers

Privately held real estate company LYND is stepping up to help the nation’s health care workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. The company, which manages multifamily communities throughout the U.S., is teaming with its 20,000-plus residents to raise money for local hospitals. Continue Reading (PDF) >>

New Upscale Apartments Proliferate

In Texas, where the Lynd company has been developing and managing rental apartments since 1980, one-upmanship comes with the territory: “If you don’t build the gilt-edged project,” says A. David Lynd, president of the company, which was founded by his father, “then someone outdoes you [and] converts all your renters to theirs.” Continue Reading (PDF) >>

Carving up the Hancock

Cutting up the John Hancock Center into pieces is boosting the value of the architectural gem to roughly $410 million, topping the price paid at the peak of the commercial real estate market six years ago. Continue Reading (PDF) >>

AVTT Traveling Wall

The AVTT Traveling Wall (American Veterans Traveling Tribute) is making its way to San Antonio, thanks to the Lynd Company. The company is bringing it to the Alamo City as part of its grand opening for its corporate offices. The museum will honor U.S. Army Grunt soldiers who fought on the ground in Vietnam. The wall will be here Oct. 11-13 and is open all day and night. Watch the Interview >>

Housing for Veterans: Filling the Gap

The Lynd Co. and Invest in America’s Veterans Foundation have partnered to fight against homelessness among war veterans. Here’s what they’ve accomplished so far and what their plans are going forward when it comes to providing housing for veterans. Continue Reading (PDF) >>

MFE

David Lynd gets the family firm up to speed with real-time information, high-tech solutions, and a relentless drive to achieve. Continue Reading (PDF) >>

Bowie Austin Way

On July 25, 2015, the Bowie hosted its official grand opening event. The evening was nothing less than grand, with musical performances by The Britny Lobas Band and jazz guitarist Jean Philippe, elegant design by Wilkinson Rhodes and attendance by the Steve Adler, the mayor himself. Continue reading (PDF) >>