The RADCO Companies Named Georgia’s Fastest Growing Company in ACG Atlanta’s Fast 40 Awards

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The RADCO Companies Named Georgia’s Fastest Growing Company in ACG Atlanta’s Fast 40 Awards

ATLANTA, JUNE 23, 2017 – Last week, The RADCO Companies was recognized as Georgia’s fastest growing upper middle-market company at the annual Fast 40 Awards. The 2017 Georgia Fast 40 Award was bestowed by the Atlanta Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG).

Each year, the ACG recognizes the fastest growing middle-market companies in the state of Georgia. Honorees demonstrate exceptional growth in revenue and employment over the past three years and are selected following an in-depth vetting and interview process.

RADCO has achieved outstanding growth over the past few years, and 2016 was our best year yet. At RADCO, we make bold choices and are not just focused on short-term returns, but rather on achieving long-term gains. This fearless decision-making and our ability to anticipate and quickly react to marketplace challenges are key to our success. We are honored to be recognized in this year’s Fast 40 Awards, which is truly a testament to our culture and talent.

In 2016, RADCO added three new markets in Chattanooga, Charleston, and Charlotte and acquired 14 new properties, setting the Company up to own approximately 18,000 units by early 2017. This year, we expect to at least duplicate (if not exceed) our 2016 performance.

Earlier this year, RADCO also earned the coveted spot as the number one fastest-growing private company in Atlanta at the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 2017 Pacesetter Awards. The annual awards program evaluates hundreds of companies in Atlanta, recognizing the top 100 businesses that have experienced exceptional growth and revenue.


The RADCO Companies

RADCO’s mission is “Building Better Living.” Based in Atlanta, the national real estate acquisition and redevelopment company was founded in 1994. The firm has grown its multifamily portfolio to include approximately 18,000 units in Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas.