Alex Jackiw Inducted into National Apartment Association Hall of Fame

June 15, 2018

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INDIANAPOLIS (June 14, 2018) – Milhaus, an award-winning developer specializing in Class A urban infill, mixed-use and multifamily residential buildings, today announces President of Milhaus Management Alex Jackiw has been inducted into the National Apartment Association (NAA) Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony was today at the NAA conference in San Diego.

Induction into the NAA Hall of Fame represents the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a rental housing professional. Jackiw is the second woman and 20th person to be inducted.

Milhaus CEO Tad Miller calls Jackiw an asset to the Milhaus team and congratulates her on this achievement. “Milhaus is fortunate to have Alex and her team. They’ve helped us grow our footprint nationally through their expertise and drive to succeed,” says Miller. “I applaud this recognition and Alex’s accomplishments. She’s not only a positive and professional force for Milhaus but the industry as a whole.”

Jackiw is a nationally-recognized real estate executive with extensive experience managing large portfolios throughout the United States for both privately-held and publicly traded companies. In addition to property and asset management, her experience includes marketing, training, consulting and business development. She served as chairman of the board of the NAA in 2013 and president of the NAA Education Institute from 2008 through 2009.

“Alex represents the best of the rental housing industry,” says NAA President & CEO Robert Pinnegar, CAE. “She has been a champion of NAA and the NAA Education Institute. Her commitment to life-long learning is apparent in the work she does to educate industry professionals as well as the new scholarship established in her name. Through her work, Alex has earned the respect of her peers, which is why we are honored to induct her into the NAA Hall of Fame.”

Jackiw has held adjunct faculty appointments at both Virginia Tech and Ball State University, where she has continued to teach Residential Property Management programs. She is past chair of the Residential Property Management Advisory Board at Virginia Tech and completed a four-year term as president of the Ball State University Residential Property Management Advisory Board in 2014. Jackiw also is a member of the Institute of Real Estate Management, National Multi Housing Council, Housing Education and Research Association and IndyCREW.

Continuing to expand its footprint within the United States, Milhaus is pursuing strategic growth opportunities in new and existing markets such as Kansas City to reach its goal of having 20,000 units in 10 markets by 2020. Milhaus currently has projects under development in Indianapolis, Ind.; Cincinnati, Oh.; Kansas City, Mo.; Memphis, Tenn.; Milwaukee, Wis.; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Tampa, Fla.; St. Petersburg, Fla.; and Bonita Springs, Fla.  


Milhaus is a team of inspired and industrious individuals, headquartered in Indianapolis, Ind. and operating throughout the Midwest to Florida. The team delivers solutions for neighborhoods that positively impact urban environments by working with city leaders to provide unparalleled expertise in real estate investments, development, construction and management. Milhaus has built a reputation for implementing complex projects in urban infill and mixed-use environments that are a catalyst for neighborhood redevelopment. Ultimately, Milhaus develops high-quality projects that are financially responsible, withstand the passage of time, improve peoples’ lives and transform communities. For more information, visit


The National Apartment Association (NAA) serves as the leading voice and preeminent resource through advocacy, education and collaboration on behalf of the rental housing industry.  As a federation of nearly 160 affiliates, NAA encompasses over 75,000 members representing more than 9.25 million apartment homes globally. NAA believes that rental housing is a valuable partner in every community that emphasizes integrity, accountability, collaboration, community responsibility, inclusivity and innovation. To learn more, visit