Winds financing milestone
Autumn Winds closes $20 million permanent loan - Picture taken in
HUD Nashville TN office 6-16-2010.
Pointe raises funds for Haitian relief
Since January 19, Pembroke Pointe has raised over $1100 for relief
efforts for the Haiti earthquake. All donations will be sent to
Haiti Outreach Ministries, www.haitioutreachministries.org, and
Kenney Realty Services will be matching a portion of the donations.
We plan on continuing our efforts, and our goal is to reach $4000
total collected and matched donations.
Realty Services wins prestigious industry award
Kenney Realty Services won the Satisfacts 2008 Exceptional Resident
Satisfaction award! Based on anonymous surveys of current residents
Kenney Realty Services won this award for superior service delivery
and for demonstrating they develop and maintain communities with
a culture of outstanding service and responsiveness to residents
Cougar Village Opens
Kenney Realty Services opened Cougar Village Oct. 25 with a ribbon
cutting during business after hours. Cougar Village is located within
2 miles of the Columbus State campus. Cougar Village offers unique
apartment homes to Columbus students.
Developer plans second complex
A Raleigh, N.C., developer is planning his second Columbus apartment complex, this time catering primarily to young professionals rather than college students.
Kenney Properties plans to construct the luxury apartment development, to be called Arlington Ridge, on 28 acres of land on the west side of Veterans Parkway just north of Northside High School, Veterans Memorial Middle School and North Columbus Elementary School.
College Pointe Apartments Owners Endow Scholarship At USC Upstate
Stephen F. Kenney and Joseph E. Bostic, owners of College Pointe Apartments in Spartanburg, recently endowed a $20,000 scholarship to the University of South Carolina Upstate. The College Pointe Endowed Scholarship Fund will provide an annual $1,000 scholarship to a deserving student who resides at College Pointe.
Where Are They Now: OG Steve Kenney
Steve Kenney is a good example that one can definitely learn from experience. An undrafted rookie offensive lineman from Clemson, he spent a lot of time during Philadelphia's 1979 training camp drills and scrimmages lined up across from eight-time All-Pro defensive end Claude Humphrey.
lineman to businessman
As an offensive lineman in the National Football League, Steve
Kenney spent eight seasons opening holes for flashy running backs.
Now, as a 50-year-old Raleigh developer, he's opening doors
for hundreds of college students looking for a place to live.
GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT:
'Cougar Village' targets college niche
North Carolina developer to build 210 units
furnished bedroom leases part of the plan
Package deal more convenient by combining costs
Details about the new housing project
Jessica Lavely Issue date: March 22, 2006 Section: Features
could 'land' in University Landing
New apartments, two blocks from campus, near completion
Sarah Bullock Issue date: February 15, 2006 Section: Features
off-campus apt. complex may help housing woes
Kerry King Issue date: September 14, 2005 Section: News
apartment complex to open near campus
The Carolinian University of South Carolina Upstate, Vol. 40,
Issue 14 April 26, 2005
company diversifying its services
Triangle Business Journal - November 28, 2003 by Kim Nilsen
College football buddies reunite for venture building college
Triangle Business Journal - May 9, 2003 by Amanda Jones
New ‘Pointe’ apartments
add housing options for students
The Pine Needle, UNC Pembroke's Student Newspaper By Temika Bobbitt,
sector gets multifamily jolt
Triangle Business Journal - April 13, 2001 by Katherine Kopp
homes keep Kenney hopping
Triangle Business Journal - April 23, 1999 by Linda Carron Ray
apartments new for bustling Clayton
Triangle Business Journal - September 25, 1998 by Linda Carron