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GREG CASON, PRESIDENT
A 25 year veteran of the multifamily housing business, Greg Cason has spearheaded the acquisition of over 25,000 multifamily housing units valued in excess of $1 billion. He was first exposed to the multifamily business as an asset manager at MetLife. While overseeing various property types (office, industrial, hotel, etc.) Mr. Cason made the decision to focus his career on multifamily properties. Over his career, he has held senior/partner positions at several nationally known multifamily companies (JPI, Archon, First Worthing) where he focused on the acquisition, financing, construction, and management of multifamily properties. In 2004, Mr. Cason founded a new company, CrestMarc, to continue his dedication to investing/owning multifamily investments.

Morningside Group
Morningside Group is a private investment group founded in 1986 by the Chan family of Hong Kong. The Chan family founded the Hang Lung Group in 1960. Today, the Hang Lung Group consists of Hang Lung Group Limited [0010.HK] and Hang Lung Properties Limited [0101.HK]. Both companies are listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Hang Lung Properties Limited is a constituent stock of the Hang Seng Index.

Morningside Group invests in private equity and venture capital opportunities in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific. Since 1992, China has increasingly become a significant part of the group’s investment activities. Morningside Group has investments in the following sectors – machinery, manufacturing, high-tech, media, telecommunication, life science, education and cleantech. The group is managed by experienced investment professionals who are entrepreneurial, have deep industry knowledge and are effective in the local environment in which they operate.

In addition to its investment activities, Morningside Group is deeply committed to being socially responsible. Providing access to educational opportunities and supporting scientific research are two major areas of focus for Morningside’s philanthropic endeavors.

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