Kolter Homes Names Robert Rademacher as President

Kolter Homes – an affiliate of The Kolter Group and leader in developing next-generation, highly-amenitized, master-planned active adult communities in the Southeastern U.S. – recently announced that Robert Rademacher has rejoined the team as president. Rademacher most recently served as the Taylor Morrison Atlanta Division President and previously served as Regional President for Kolter Homes, helping launch Cresswind, its nationally recognized active adult community brand.

“We are very pleased to have Bob back to lead the Kolter Homes team,” Kolter Group CEO Bobby Julien said. “His experience and vision will further fuel our growth.”

In Rademacher’s new position, he will oversee all business aspects of Kolter Homes to include construction, development, land acquisition, marketing, sales and growth strategy. A graduate of the University of Kentucky-Lexington with a BA in Business Administration and Marketing, Rademacher brings nearly 30 years of experience to his new role.

“It’s good to be home and an honor to lead and work with Kolter Homes’ talented team of professionals,” Rademacher said.  “I am excited about the opportunities ahead of us, with new communities, new markets and new growth directly on the horizon.”

Kolter Homes creates master planned communities throughout Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas with more than two decades of homebuilding experience. Its eight Cresswind active adult branded communities located across Florida, Georgia and North and South Carolina are nationally recognized. Kolter Homes also develops and builds single family and townhome communities in Florida and South Carolina.

Among the new communities Kolter Homes is developing is Cresswind Georgia at Twin Lakes, a gated 55+ neighborhood within the new master-planned, 2,600-acre Twin Lakes community in historic Hoschton that is estimated to be the largest residential project to break ground in the Greater Atlanta market in over a decade.

Cresswind Georgia at Twin Lakes is located just north of Braselton and less than an hour from downtown Atlanta, the mountains, Lake Lanier and Athens. Homebuyers will have a variety of home designs to choose from including previously popular floor plans as well as several new designs created to meet specific market needs. To learn more about Cresswind Georgia at Twin Lakes, expected to open for sales in spring 2020, visit www.CresswindGA.com.

Kolter Homes is an affiliate of The Kolter Group, a diversified real estate investment and development firm that has invested in projects with expected value in excess of $10 billion. Kolter, headquartered in Palm Beach County, Florida, is currently developing in more than 30 locations throughout the Southeast including Graydon Buckhead, a new 22-level residential condominium overlooking the Peachtree Battle and Peachtree Heights West neighborhoods.

Visit www.TheKolterGroup.com to learn more. For complete details regarding Cresswind communities visit www.Cresswind.com.

2 thoughts on “Kolter Homes Names Robert Rademacher as President”

  1. Hopefully the quality will improve !!! Very little craftsmanship in kolter peachtree city. Many construction problems!!

  2. Based on peachtree city cresswind site he won’t be in this position long. Will either leave ahead of visibility of his poor work or because he is replaced due to them catching up to him. Just visit their ongoing cresswind building sites. Rubbish, junk, soda and beer bottles, food wrappers, waste building materials nails left all around building sites and adjacent lots. They post directions to contract crews to clean up daily, but no follow up oversite to make it happen. City has been forced to issue stop work orders until sites are cleaned of rubbish. Contract crews dont follow material installation instructions causing early failure and replacement costs to purchasers. No pride in construction. Adding additional houses beyond original plan size affecting ability of communities facilities to handle usage load. Overload will cause rapid wear and early replacement costs. Promising facilities never created, then removing them from sales and community literature prior to site completion in planned attempt to deny need to provide.

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