SOURCE: Legacy Partners Residential

Legacy Partners Residential

February 19, 2015 16:06 ET

Legacy Partners Residential Names New Partner for Bay Area

David Eichler Will Pursue Additional Opportunities for Multifamily Developer/Manager

FOSTER CITY, CA--(Marketwired - Feb 19, 2015) - With an eye toward expanded multifamily opportunities in its home area, Legacy Partners Residential Inc. has brought on real estate veteran David Eichler as senior managing director and partner for the Bay Area, announced W. Dean Henry, CEO.

Eichler brings to his new position extensive knowledge gained through more than 30 years in the multifamily arena, including public/private partnerships, redevelopment opportunities, senior housing, and ground-up development.

"David commands an incredible wealth of experience in the multifamily space, including extensive, in-depth knowledge of real estate transactions in the Bay Area," said Henry. "As such, he brings to his new position with us a keen awareness of potential opportunities for acquisition, development and redevelopment."

Eichler's previous experience encompasses Northern California and the Pacific Northwest, the Washington, D.C. region and the New York Tri-State area. Prior to joining Legacy Partners Residential, he served as president of LCOR Ventures LLC and previously re-established West Coast operations as senior vice president for LCOR Inc., a fully-integrated real estate company specializing in property development, investment and management.

Eichler earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute.

From its roots in Northern California, Foster City-based Legacy Partners Residential has developed more than 70,000 multifamily units, both for rent and for sale, over 47 years. With regional offices in Irvine, as well as in Dallas, Denver and Seattle, Legacy Partners currently owns and/or manages some 10,000 apartment homes around California, and in Arizona, Colorado, Oregon and Washington State. The firm also has 2,000 units in the development pipeline.

For more information, visit, or contact Dean Henry at (650) 235-3010.

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