Founded in Indianapolis in 1947, the Gene B. Glick Company is a property management and development company with more than 18,000 apartment units in 10 states.
Our mission is the legacy of our company founder, Gene Glick. Featured in Tom Brokaw's best-seller The Greatest Generation, Mr. Glick started the company as a young WWII veteran eager to help his fellow GIs build homes for their families. He saw opportunities that others missed and pursued them with a tireless focus. His business savvy and determination are matched only by his tremendous integrity and generous spirit.
At the Gene B. Glick Company, treating our residents with consideration and recognizing the pride they take in their homes is an integral part of our culture. Not only do we strive to keep our communities beautifully landscaped and well maintained, but we also believe service must be a priority if we are to meet our goal of completely satisfying our residents. As a result of dedicating ourselves to this goal, the company has won numerous national, regional and local awards.
We also strongly believe in our people. Long ago Mr. Glick began the practice, which continues today, of hiring "people of excellence. By hiring, training and rewarding people who take pride in their work, the Glick Company has become one of the largest, most successful privately held management companies in the United States. We are known throughout our industry for our exceptional benefits and employee longevity; many of our people have been with us for more than 20 years.
With the addition of CEO David Barrett, the company is entering a new chapter in its history, with new development projects and new ventures in progress. "As much as we're focusing on growth and improving the way we do things, one thing is certain," says Barrett. "We will never abandon our core principles-all of the things that have made us the best property managers in the business."
Our operations include:
Apartment management and development
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