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Announcing Our Newest Apartment Community: Town View in Elizabethton, TN

Announcing Our Newest Apartment Community: Town View in Elizabethton, TN

Mitch Cox Companies and its development partner, Universal Development & Construction (UDC) jointly acquired and began development of a 72-unit apartment community in east Elizabethton, across the river from Cat Island Park. Once completed, Town View will offer one, two, and three bedroom homes with convenient access to downtown Elizabethton and the Tweetsie Trail. Town […]

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Mitch Cox Construction Renovates Historic Kingsport Library

Mitch Cox Construction Renovates Historic Kingsport Library

Mitch Cox Construction began renovation of the Kingsport Library in April of this year to add 1,200 square feet to the patronage area. Construction is expected to finish on the last day of July, according to Jeremiah Trowbridge, superintendent at Mitch Cox Construction. MCC’s marketing team circled up with Hannah Powell, interim director of the […]

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How to Reunify the Tri-Cities MSA

How to Reunify the Tri-Cities MSA

By John Speropulos Discussions about reunification of the Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) have garnered a gratifying volume of interest and support in the past month or so. On LinkedIn, my blog about the topic was seen by almost 3,000 people. Of that, a little over 100 were CEOs or executive directors. The Business […]

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Chief Operating Officer Tracy Fleenor Dances Brilliantly For Charity

Chief Operating Officer Tracy Fleenor Dances Brilliantly For Charity

Tracy Fleenor Participates In Dancing With the Tri-Cities Stars to Raise Funds for SteppenStone Youth Services On June 9th, MCC’s Chief Financial Officer and development partner for 26 years, Tracy Fleenor, took the stage at the MeadowView Convention Center during the 10th annual fundraiser benefiting SteppenStone Youth Treatment Center. Named after ABC’s nationwide show, Dancing […]

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Hot Off The Press: The Community Builder Newsletter Q1 2018

The Community Builder is a quarterly newsletter that highlights the most important stories, news, and updates from Mitch Cox Companies. In this issue: Meet Kathy Maile Announcing Our Latest Development in Asheville, NC: The Villas at Avery Creek Cybersecurity: Why We’re Being Proactive Against Threats and Breaches LabConnect Adds 15,000 Square Feet to Johnson City […]

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Meet Kathy Maile

Meet Kathy Maile

Kathy Maile is the Senior Vice President of Operations at Hotel Management Services, Inc. (HMS), the hospitality management arm of real estate developer Mitch Cox Companies located in Johnson City, Tennessee. Maile joined HMS in January of 2014, three years after the firm’s founding in 2011. When she joined, the company had 10 hotels under […]

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Announcing Our Latest Development in Asheville, NC: The Villas at Avery Creek

Announcing Our Latest Development in Asheville, NC: The Villas at Avery Creek

Photos of other Mitch Cox apartment community developments that will resemble The Villas at Avery Creek upon completion In December of 2017, Mitch Cox Companies and its partner Universal Development & Construction (UDC) broke ground on a new multifamily apartment home community in southern Buncombe County in Asheville, North Carolina. The community, called The Villas […]

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