SAN FRANCISCO (Feb. 11, 2020) – Sack Properties (Sack), a San Francisco-based real estate investment and management firm with a $750 million portfolio of nearly 2,500 multifamily units throughout the west coast today announced Tiffanie Byrd has been hired as Director of Property Management. Tiffanie will operate from the firm’s San Francisco headquarters.
“Tiffanie comes to us with a tremendous track record of attracting and coaching team members and deploying leading edge technology to drive property and business success,” said Kirby Sack, CEO of Sack. “She will guide operations at our high-quality, high-value properties, also overseeing our commitment to sustainability and environmental stewardship.”
Joining Sack, Tiffanie will lead all property management activities. She comes to the firm after five years at UDR, where she has been a Regional Manager leading a portfolio of 2,300 homes and $85M in annual revenue. Prior to that, she was a General Manager with Carmel Partners where she ran the daily operations of a luxury, mixed-use highrise asset. She earlier was also a General Manager at Archstone/Avalon Bay after years in hotel management.
Sack’s high-profile Bay Area properties include Brookside Park in Mountain View, Capri Creek in Petaluma, and Town Center Apartments in Lafayette, amongst others. Their most recent acquisition is Summit Redmond in Redmond Washington.
About Sack Properties
Founded in 1958, Sack Properties is a vertically-integrated, private real estate company that focuses on the acquisition, improvement, management, and disposition of a broad range of multifamily properties in the western U.S. Based in San Francisco, the firm specializes in Class B multifamily properties in prime infill locations that could benefit from capital investment and improved management. The firm’s current portfolio includes approximately 2,500 apartments and condominiums in 15 cities on the west coast. The firm is committed to sustainable building practices such as water conservation, energy efficiency, green building upgrades, and more.