Jane Arthur Roslovic, Managing Partner for Treplus Communities will be serving on a panel titled "Beyond the Pro Forma: Tips for Success from Market Selection to Finished Product" on Wednesday, June 30, 2021 at the Senior Housing News Active Adult Virtual Summit. This three-day event will commence on June 29th and is designed to provide information on the ins-and-outs of the growing Active Adult market in an action-packed schedule. This conference is a must attend for anyone interested in the dynamic, growing market that is first to meet the massive baby boomer demand wave.
Senior Housing News (SHN) is the leading source for news and information covering the senior housing industry. SHN provides a cutting edge and targeted platform unlike any other publication, to reach decision makers every day. Roslovic was featured in an article "Active Adult Proves Resilient in Pandemic, Providers Hope for Surge in Demand" that was written by Tim Regan in February of 2021.
About Jane Arthur Roslovic
Jane has been in the real estate investment business as a managing member of Treplus Communities since 2012. Since then, Jane and her partners have identified and acquired 368 multifamily units and secured $65 million in financing. In addition, they have developed and built 3 Active Adult Communities in Dublin, Pickerington, and Delaware. Treplus Communities was awarded the Gold Award for the 2019 NAHB Best 55+ Market Rate Rental Community and a finalist in the 2019 CBUS Top Picks for Best 55+ Apartments and the Silver 2021 National 55+ Innovation Award.
Jane has served on the board of Broad Street Financial Company, Treplus’ sister company, since 2007. In early 2019, Jane also became a National Association of Home Builders CAPS (Certified Aging in Place) Specialist. She also serves on the Board of Trustees for the Central Ohio BIA. In 2021, Jane was honored and asked to serve on the NAHB 55+ Housing Industry Council Board of Trustees and the NAHB Leadership Council.
Jane started her career in 1987, managing over 500 multifamily apartments as well as developing $10 million in residential real estate. In addition, Jane acquired, managed, increased the value of and subsequently sold a small manufacturing business. She has served on the Boards of Trustees for the following Central Ohio organizations: Columbus School for Girls, Urban Growth, Franklin Park Conservatory and the Charles Kleibacker Fund at The Columbus Museum of Art. Member of Women Presidents Organization and Urban Land Institute. Education: Southern Methodist University, 1984.