CEO Paul Malinowski founded Pillar Property Services, LLC, in January of 2000. Over the years, the company has grown substantially, from a very small portfolio to its current size, while continuing to offer excellent service to its clients (owners) and its customers (residents). Pillar’s Vision Statement is as follows:
To be recognized as one of the top professional property management, consulting and brokerage companies in Colorado that focuses on affordable housing and Homeowner Associations.
We pledge to instill:
- Confidence in our clients by enhancing the value of their assets
- Pride in our customers who live in our communities
- Top-of-mind awareness of our professionalism in our present and future stakeholders
We will continually strive to sustain a high level of ethics and honesty toward all, while developing a strong sense of belonging for our employees.
Our slogan is “Affordable Housing…We know it. We live it.”
Pillar currently manages a portfolio of Section 42 tax credit properties and HUD-subsidized properties. A list of our current portfolio is in the Property Management section.
We pride ourselves on our highly competent and well-trained staff.
Paul Malinowski, CEO, is a Certified Property Manager (CPM®) through the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM). He has been a property manager since 1977, a licensed real estate agent in the State of Colorado since 1981 and a broker since 1983. Mr. Malinowski has also provided consulting services ranging from grant writing for a small housing authority to serving as the Section 8 preservation coordinator for the City and County of Denver. Pillar Property Services, LLC, currently manages more than 20 affordable housing developments throughout the state of Colorado, and was recently named the NSP coordinating agency for Jefferson County.
Previously, as Executive Vice-President of Rocky Mountain HDC, Inc., a non-profit corporation based in Denver, Mr. Malinowski purchased property for future development of a 60-unit tax credit development. He also created the property management function of the organization, and managed its development as well as other non-profits’ properties.
As the Executive Director of the Englewood Housing Authority for nine years, Malinowski oversaw the management of that organization’s properties. He also administered the award-winning Project BUILD, a program that purchased underutilized properties for infill development.
Mr. Malinowski also served as the Executive Director of the Grand Junction Housing Authority for 10 years, where he managed 200 HUD-assisted units, as well as the purchase and development of several properties.
In addition, Malinowski managed 15 properties in three states for First Columbia Management, Inc., a management company based out of Seattle, Washington. There, his portfolio included conventional and HUD-assisted properties.