With 37 projects in the pipeline, RangeWater’s in-house design team continues to grow; now offering interior design services as a third-party provider
RangeWater Real Estate, a fully integrated rental housing company with assets across the Sun Belt and Mountain West, announces the addition of Kori Korczyk to the company’s design team as the firm’s director of design. As RangeWater continues to expand its geographic footprint, the company’s design services are available to its clients currently under management.
“Kori brings her distinctive design talent and commitment to RangeWater’s design team,” says Sherry Freitas, Executive Managing Director of Property Management for RangeWater Real Estate. “As we continue to grow our firm’s in-house interior design offering, we’re excited to have Kori join our team of visionary designers who continue to elevate and bring forward-thinking design ideas to our communities.”
Korczyk’s primary responsibilities are managing the interior design team and developing marketing strategies for the team, meeting with clients, giving direction to staff, and monitoring the progress of projects and plans. In addition, she’ll contribute to multiple projects, touch all aspects of the design and renovation, and interface with the senior director and project manager daily; oversee the design work of others to ensure integrated and cohesive design, supervise the preparation of drawings for all project phases, and ensure guidelines, quality control, standards, and details.
Before joining RangeWater, Korczyk managed large-scale, multifaceted, long-term projects from inception to completion/installation, adhering to deadlines and communicating with team members, clients, and vendors at CID Design Group. As a project manager/senior interior designer at CID, she oversaw the following RangeWater communities which included 51 Oldham in Nashville, Tennessee; Fox Iron Works in Denver, Colorado; and The Flats at West Broad Village in Glen Allen, Virginia.
“I’m delighted to be joining RangeWater’s interior design department, where I can play an integral role in helping clients bring their vision to life,” said Korczyk. “The design team’s collaboration and willingness to welcome out-of-the-box ideas is what drew me to join this amazing organization.”
Korczyk was instrumental in the branding and creative design for RangeWater’s Fox Iron Works, the 386-unit apartment community which pays homage to the former Central Denver Ironworks. With a focus on connectivity, Fox Iron Works is directly adjacent to the light rail station and only one stop from downtown. In line with the transit focus, the apartment community features a transit room displaying the train and bus schedules, designated spaces for Uber and Lyft to help facilitate ridership, and ample bike storage to take advantage of the access to the bike path adjacent to the rail line. The community will feature a mix of studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments, with the first units expected to be delivered in November 2023.
“We are delighted to have Kori join our growing interior design team,” said Carl Walton, Senior Director of Innovation and Design, Property Management for RangeWater Real Estate. “With her diverse interiors work experience, including previous involvement with several RangeWater communities, and wealth of knowledge, she is a great asset and cultural fit for our team.”
Korczyk received her Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from West Virginia University and has studied abroad at the American Intercontinental University in London. Among Korczyk’s awards include the National Association of Home Builders 2022 for Best Sales/Leasing of NOVEL Edgehill and the National Association of Home Builders 2021 for Best Communities Amenities of NOVEL West Nashville communities.
Korczyk lives in Atlanta. She enjoys being outdoors, traveling, and spending time with family, friends, and her cat Bix.
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