Tim Hruska has served as a real estate asset manager at Lindemann Multifamily Management since 2014. In this capacity, he is primarily responsible for overseeing optimal operational performance and NOI maximization for a growing portfolio of almost 6,000 rental units, including large scale value add unit renovation programs and amenity improvements.
Prior to joining Lindemann Multifamily Management, Mr. Hruska was a project executive at Coastal Construction Group. From 2010 to 2014, he managed all aspects of the construction process for various retail, commercial, educational and residential projects within the company’s portfolio ranging up to projects valued at $70 million. Mr. Hruska was also with Coastal Construction Group from 2004 and 2008. During his tenure with the organization, he worked on key initiatives including the Horace O’Bryant Middle School reconstruction in Key West and the Emerald at Brickell Condominium project, where he oversaw a $27 million effort that brought street improvements, exterior enhancements and amenities like a rooftop pool and gym to the property.
From 2008 to 2010, Mr. Hruska served as a general property manager for Jerry Bruckheimer and managed an extensive real estate portfolio consisting of estate homes, farms, ranches, historical structures, commercial property and businesses in California, Florida, New York and Kentucky. Earlier in his career, he worked for Victor Lund General Contracting in San Diego, California, and Beta Development in Overland Park, Kansas, where he was a partner in the business. Mr. Hruska studied business management and real estate development at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas.