Bridge & Project Access: Supporting Residents During COVID-19

Inna Khidekel, Partner, had the pleasure of sitting down with Rich Stayner, CEO of Bridge Property Management and CIO of Bridge’s Workforce and Affordable Housing strategy, as well as Karyn Mendoza, Vice President of Resident Services at Project Access for another episode of Insights by Bridge. In today’s podcast, the three examine the frontline work of property management and resident services during the challenging environment due to COVID, and how working with two hands on deck has enabled us to be more nimble and responsive to our tenants during this challenging time.


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