Ensemble Launches New Urban Multifamily and Mixed-Use Division
LONG BEACH, CA – The same expertise, process and attention-to-detail that have made Ensemble a success in the healthcare, commercial and hospitality sectors are now being applied to urban multifamily and mixed-use real estate.
Overseeing Ensemble division is Tyson Sayles, a seasoned real estate executive with an 18-year track record of delivering superior returns. Previously in charge of the residential division of The KOR Group, Sayles was instrumental in the creation of numerous successful, award-winning projects including Eastern Columbia, the world-renowned Art Deco landmark located in downtown Los Angeles’ Historic Core.
“I’m very excited to be part of the talented team at Ensemble,” said principal Tyson Sayles. “With our company’s unique brand of placemaking, we’re committed to developing urban residential communities that reflect the context in which they are built—providing inspiring places for people to live, work and play.”
Ensemble’s residential projects will be located in walkable, bike-friendly environments with proximity to transit, retail, cultural offerings and health and wellness venues. “Whether it’s well-designed spaces inviting people to gather and socialize, or infusing projects with inspiring works from local artisans, we’re all about creating buildings that captivate people’s imaginations,” continued Sayles. “Doing these things, our projects help to serve as catalysts in energizing a neighborhood’s cultural dynamic and future growth.”
A number of multifamily projects are in the pipeline for Ensemble, many of which will be enhancing the skyline of Downtown Long Beach, with two set to break ground this fall. Other proposed residential projects are located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Santa Clara and Santa Cruz, California.
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