CitiApartments Earns Award for Larkin Street Renovation

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Local eyesore restored to recognized standard of excellence.

At the recent San Francisco Apartment Association's award banquet, CitiApartments was announced as the recipient of the Best Property Management Company award and the Best Repositioned Property award for its work in renovating the 1008 Larkin Street property. For some time the property at 1008 Larkin Street was seen as an eyesore, known as the site of bedbug infestations and numerous housing violations. Restored to a standard that the building has not held for years, the property formerly looked at as an embarrassment is now hailed as a triumph. The revitalization of the property has had a profound effect on the value of the surrounding Tenderloin district and is a monument to the result of concerted efforts to revitalize San Francisco.

Representatives of several local property management companies were present at the SFAA Awards Banquet to honor the achievements in their field. Acting as an authority to the property management industry since 1917, the San Francisco Apartment Association is an invaluable resource to the hospitality industry.

"Renovating the property at 1008 Larkin was a huge endeavor," said David Raynal, COO of CitiApartments. "Both of the awards from the SFAA are an honor and we are overjoyed with the reaction that our hard work has earned."

About CitiApartments
CitiApartments, http://www.CitiApartments.com, is committed to raising the standards of service for clean, safe and sustainable rental housing in the city of San Francisco. CitiApartments strives to provide a greener tomorrow with quality housing and an overall feeling of community for all our residents. Being one of the oldest businesses in the Castro District / Upper Market Street neighborhood, we're proud to be part of the change.

CitiApartments - "Committed to quality housing for over 50 years."

For more information contact:
CitiSuites.com
877-SUITE SF (877-784-8373)

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