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New Development Bus Tour

Proceeds Benefit APAC

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Friday, February 21, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:45 PM (EST)
The Best Restoration
7230 West University Avenue
Gainesville, FL 32607-1639
United States

Event Details

Tour lease ups and new construction in the Gainesville market!

GET ON THE BUS!

New Development Bus Tour Schedule:
9 am Beginning of Tour (Guest pick up): The Best Restoration
Stop 1: The Flats at Tioga Town Center
Stop 2: The Gathering at Arbor Greens
Stop 3: The Hub On Campus Gainesville
Stop 4: Liv+
Stop 5: College Park at Midtown
Stop 6: Integra Twenty Four
Stop 7: The Vibe/City Place
Stop 8:  The Best Restoration
*Please arrive by 8:45 am to begin loading the tour bus. Bus leaves promptly at 9 am*

*Guests will start and end the tour at The Best Restoration Gainesville offices!*

(All tours are not hard hat tours.)

Bus Tour Sponsored By:

About APAC

Preserving and advancing members’ interests through political advocacy

The FAA Apartment Political Action Committee

Providing quality rental housing for hardworking Floridians is your business.

Our business is to make sure you can succeed.

The Florida Apartment Association Apartment Political Action Committee (APAC) is committed to preserving and advancing its members’ interests through political advocacy at the state and local government levels. 

Since 1971, APAC has helped to elect pro-multifamily industry candidates from across Florida. The purpose of APAC is simple: to raise funds and elect candidates who understand and support our issues and interests.  

APAC is the voice for Florida’s multifamily industry, and your contribution to APAC enables FAA to advocate for you in Tallahassee. During the last election cycle, 92 percent of APAC-supported candidates were elected in Florida.

Many special interest groups spend millions of dollars lobbying the legislature for their political agenda. It is critical that we protect our businesses from these special interest groups who seek to impose threats such as requiring leasing consultants to hold a real estate license, new inspection fees, and myriad costly mandates. Through united action, we can fight back, stand strong, and succeed together.

The ability of apartment owners to continue to provide safe, affordable rental housing to our residents, and deliver valued services to them – while doing this effectively, efficiently and profitably – rests on the continued financial strength of APAC.


What is APAC working on?

  • Stopping Hb 853, which would increase frivolous lawsuits against apartment communities
  • Working with our coalition partners to keep property taxes reasonable for apartment communities.
  • Advocating for funds to build more affordable units across Florida.

Invest in APAC

Our continued success depends on the financial strength of APAC. Consider your APAC contribution as a form of business insurance. You are making an investment to ensure the election of candidates who will help protect our industry. Remember, your freedom to do business depends on our continued ability to advocate for your issues.

Contributions to APAC are voluntary and are used for political purposes. Contributions are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. A member is free to contribute more or less than the suggested amount and may choose not to give without reprisal from the Florida Apartment Association or affiliate associations

CONTRIBUTE TO APAC 

For More Information:

Robert  Carroll (Member)
Robert Carroll (Member)
CNPR Association Executive NCFAA (352)333-0333

Photo / Video Disclaimer:

We reserve the right to use photographs/videos taken at any event sponsored by the association without the express written permission of those included within the photograph/video. We may use the photograph/video in publications or other media material produced, used or contracted by association including, but not limited to: social media platforms, brochures, invitations, publications, magazines, television, website, etc.

Any person that does not wish to have their photo taken or distributed must contact the association and communicate, in writing, their intentions. These requests will be accomodated; however a photopgraph must be included for identification purposes (and will be held in confidence).