The Bainbridge Companies (Bainbridge) started out as a small and local southeast Florida multifamily development company in 1997, with a single office in Wellington and just four employees. But fast forward nearly a quarter of a century and the situation has changed. Today, the company has transformed, growing into a fully integrated multifamily owned and operated organization with a total of nine offices and more than 650 associates throughout the Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, Southwest, and Florida regions of the US. With in-house development, construction, renovation, and asset and property management divisions, Bainbridge is now recognized by the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) as the tenth largest developer and twelfth largest builder in the US apartment industry.

Recently, we sat down with some of the team to talk all things construction, development, and how people will always be the bottom line to success. “We are a company made up of passionate professionals who strive to develop best-in-class apartment communities that our residents will always be proud to call home,” begins Kevin Keane, COO at Bainbridge. “To our partners, we work hard to provide superior investment opportunities for portfolios considered to be blue-chip investments and we deliver above-market returns for our limited partners and co-investors.

“We are honored to be featured in this edition of Construction Today,” he goes on. “We have excellent relationships with the various service providers that we work with throughout all phases of development and construction in our communities; we remain incredibly appreciative of our national partnerships, which allow us to build and deliver exceptional assets to the marketplace.”

Bainbridge manages, develops, and invests in apartment communities that the firm labels as complete experiences; that is to say, spaces that allow people to pursue better, more fulfilling lives. In Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Texas, Maryland and Virginia, these communities say: ‘Come home and be inspired.’