Ginkgo Residential Appoints Rada Milenovici As Director Of Investor Relations

CHARLOTTE, N.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Ginkgo Residential LLC, an integrated property management and investment firm specializing in multifamily real estate, is pleased to announce that Rada Milenovici has joined the firm as the Director of Investor Relations.

“We are excited to have Rada join our team to lead our capital raising efforts,” says Bill Green, Principal. “Rada brings an extensive fundraising background, leveraging experience from a global real estate investment manager and CRE FinTech platform. His expertise and insights will be a great addition to supporting our existing and new investors as we continue to grow Ginkgo Residential’s REIT and joint venture business.”

Most recently, Rada led U.S. retail fundraising at Jamestown L.P., and prior to that, as head of Investor Relations at EquityMultiple he supported investors and obtained capital commitments exceeding $3B of total capitalization. Rada received his B.S. and MBA from the University of Rochester.

“I am thrilled to join a leading force in multifamily real estate, particularly focused in the burgeoning Carolinas,” says Milenovici. “Ginkgo Residential’s vertically integrated approach positions us at the forefront of the region’s remarkable growth story. We are poised to capitalize on compelling investment opportunities on the horizon, fueling our enthusiasm to navigate these dynamic times with an unwavering commitment to maximizing returns for our valued stakeholders.”

About Ginkgo Residential LLC:

Ginkgo Residential LLC is a regionally recognized top workplace that provides integrated property management and investment services specializing in multifamily real estate in North Carolina and South Carolina. Ginkgo Residential provides property management services for Ginkgo REIT Inc., a private, non-traded real estate investment trust and related investments. Ginkgo’s portfolio has a combined net asset value exceeding 1 billion and manages over 50 communities totaling over 7,000 units, approximately 1% of all the apartment units in North and South Carolina.