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Olympus Group is closed on October 12, 2015 for Columbus Day.
OUR COMPANY AT A GLANCE
Here at Olympus Group Management, we are dedicated to you and all your different property needs.
Olympus Group began in 1990 as a successor to Kates Properties, a pioneering renovator of buildings in Providence's DownCity neighborhood, where our first office was located. In 1991, Olympus Group moved to Providence's 151 Broadway, into a signature building at the gateway to the National Broadway Historic District. In our new neighborhood, we continued the tradition of Kates Properties by participating in streetscape improvement projects that brought hundreds of new trees to the street.
Under the same ownership since our founding, Olympus Group has developed an expertise in residential and commercial property management by combining the skills of several professionals into a property team dedicated to the highest standards of professional performance.
In 2003, our President earned the designation of Certified Property Manager from the Institute of Real Estate Management, and Olympus Group achieved the status of Accredited Management Organization in 2004. To retain our accreditation, we employ our industry's Best Practices in ethics, accountability, and resident services.
In 2009, Olympus Group moved into our current state-of-the-art space on the third floor, offering two client conference rooms, great views of the Rhode Island State house, ample onsite parking, and excellent highway access.
We've been around for 25 years and we've won several awards for the best management company, but our most important win is making you a happy, life long customer.
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If you are sailing on Columbus Day weekend, here are a few safety tips..
1. Contact "Safe Tow" to make sure all documents are up-to-date.
2. Sail when the weather is nice, so check the weather before heading out on the water.
3. Make sure there is enough life jackets on board for everyone sailing.
4. Make sure you pack an emergency kit.
5. Make sure you have enough food supplies.
6. If bringing children make sure a life jackets is on them at all times.