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ROSS Companies, a premier owner,  renovator and manager of multifamily assets in the Mid-Atlantic region since 1983.

ROSS Management Services Communities Receive Awards from

April 20, 2015
ROSS Management Services' Apartment Ratings 2014 Top Rated Award Logo 3

19 ROSS Management Services Communities Awarded Top Rated Distinction from has recognized 19 ROSS Management Services communities as Top Rated communities for outstanding resident ratings as measured by the apartment review site. This merit is given to only 6 percent of communities listed on the site.

Fifteen of the 19 ROSS communities acknowledged this year have been Top-Rated in years past, including 11 communities with recognition in three consecutive years. More than half of the ROSS communities awarded earned a higher recommend score than the average of all the award winners.

We would like to congratulate the on-site staff and maintenance teams at the following ROSS communities for their hard work and dedication to not only delivering great customer service to each and every resident but for going above and beyond to make living at one of our communities feel like home:

Cambridge Crossing (New Carrollton, Md.)
Charlestowne North (Greenbelt, Md.)
Cole Spring Plaza (Silver Spring, Md.)
Colesville Towers (Silver Spring, Md.)
Colvin Woods Apartments (Reston, Va.)
Crestleigh Apartments (Laurel, Md.)
Cypress Creek (Hyattsville, Md.)
EOS-21 Apartments (Alexandria, Va.)
Glen Oaks Apartments (Greenbelt, Md.)
Grandview Apartments (Falls Church, Va.)
Lenox Court (New Carrollton, Md.)
Metro 710 Apartments (Silver Spring, Md.)
Overlook Apartments (Hyattsville, Md.)
Park Vue of Alexandria (Alexandria, Va.)
Seven Springs Apartments (College Park, Md.)
Spring Parc Apartments (Silver Spring, Md.)
The Heritage at Old Town (Alexandria, Va.)
The Woods of Marlton (Upper Marlboro, Md.)
Waterford Tower (Silver Spring, Md.)

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