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Rhapsody Wins Industry Accolades at Developer Association Awards

At last week's Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) Awards, Rhapsody was honoured to win "Best Project Website" for eCentral, in collaboration with its agency partner The Brand Factory/JoeyAI and on behalf of its client, RioCan Living. The BILD Awards, now in their 39th year, celebrate and recognize the achievements of developers, new home builders, architects, sales and marketing professionals in the real estate industry across the GTA.

eCentral is a premium 36-storey purpose-built rental community in midtown Toronto, which launched in late 2018. Rhapsody was engaged to carry out marketing, leasing and property operations on behalf of the ownership, RioCan Living, who recently reported that the property was "progressing at a strong velocity with solid market rents achieved" (Source: Global News Wire: https://bit.ly/2Eh1bpN).

"We're honoured to be recognized with our partners for our achievement on the eCentral website," comments Rob Martin, Senior Vice President of Rhapsody, "but more broadly, for a rental to be recognized among other residential developments represents a huge accomplishment for us in our vision to drive progress and innovation in the purpose-built rental industry in Canada."

Rhapsody's approach emphasizes a higher level of sophistication in marketing and an investment in branding and technology for new developments to lead and drive results for owners and value for residents. "We're really proud to see our approach and strategy validated in this way, especially as the only winners whose entire focus is rentals and apartments, and amongst the other nominees who are industry leaders and respected BILD members."

Rhapsody Property Management Services ("Rhapsody") is the premier multifamily property management firm in Canada focused on purpose-built luxury rental communities. Headquartered in Toronto, Rhapsody satisfies a growing need for sophisticated third-party management and to provide a level of service not previously offered in the Canadian market.