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  • After 12 Years Away, JPI Returns to Austin

    Austin has seen consistent economic growth for the past several years, turning its multifamily industry into one of the most aggressive markets in the nation. National developer, builder, and investment manager of Class A multifamily assets JPI took note and announced the opening of its new office in Austin.

    Austin 29 June 2015 04:58
  • JPI Opens 360-Unit Suburban Dallas M-F Property for Leasing

    The JPI/TDI Real Estate family of companies is feeding the apartment-hungry metropolitan Dallas market with the commencement of leasing at the 360-unit luxury multi-family community One of Jefferson Center in Richardson, Texas.

    South 26 September 2014 19:41

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