Showing posts from August, 2022

JMC Celebrates Resident Appreciation Day 2022

John M. Corcoran & Company celebrated the annual Resident Appreciation Day on August 18th. JMC took on the theme of "Camp Corcoran" to celebrate this occasion across the entire portfolio. All of our properties took the time to organize a day full of events to show how thankful they are for our residents who make these communities so special. Each community was tasked with organizing a lumberjack breakfast, trail mix bar, picnic lunch, s'mores snack, and a happy camper dinner for residents to enjoy throughout the day. Townhouse Apartments Gearing Up for the Lumberjack Breakfast The staff at The Sto went above and beyond to bring this Stoughton campground to life for the residents! The morning started with a hearty lumberjack breakfast with French toast, egg sandwiches, home fries and fruit, all with flannels, beards, and axes to match! The staff even popped a tent and lit a fire to set the tone for the granola mixer and some fun camper giveaways including stickers,

JMC & Co Employees Meet the Mission

Along with Residential Property Management Career Week, JMC & Co also celebrated our employees with the next round of Meet the Mission awards. As a leading real estate management and development firm,  John M. Corcoran & Company  has delivered superior services to both our partners and to the residents who call our communities home. JMC has always encouraged our employees to go above and beyond not only for our residents, but also for our fellow colleagues.  Throughout the year,  JMC  employees are able to submit nominations for fellow employees to win our Meet the Mission award. Individuals and department teams can be nominated for superior service that demonstrate the qualities required to meet or exceed the goals of our company. Nominations can be made by anyone in our organization to honor members of our administrative, leasing, maintenance, janitorial and management staff for performing exceptional deeds.  Employees who write nominations are asked to explain why they fee