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Marcia Armstrong

Portfolio Director

Years at RedPeak: 15

Years in Colorado: 26


Marcia Armstrong has been in the residential apartment industry for 27 years, and in Colorado for most of that time.

Marcia’s natural ability at establishing authentic connections and finding creative solutions made a leasing job while in college sound appealing…and fun! Little did she know she had actually begun what was to be a long and successful career. As a Leasing Professional, Resident Manager and Portfolio Director, Marcia supervised progressively challenging, (and sometimes challenged), communities of every size and type. She has a keen ability to see a struggling community’s potential and a talent for building a team that delivers. Marcia contributed to the success of notable companies such as Woodbury Management and Legacy Partners before joining the RedPeak team 13 years ago, and has been instrumental in creating an inclusive culture throughout the organization since.

As a Portfolio Director, she is most proud of helping to build and develop a team that cares about their clients and residents, and that promotes a genuine approach to apartment management – something she considers to be her greatest personal achievement thus far. This commitment has been felt by many, and is why Marcia became a recent recipient of AAMD’s Tribute Award for Most Outstanding Regional Manager.

Outside of her dedication to the RedPeak team, Marcia loves to ski and can usually be found at her condo in Keystone enjoying the high country. She has a great affection for animals (dogs in particular – she currently has three rescue dogs) and has given back to the community through her volunteer work at the Animal Rescue of the Rockies, as well as though her ongoing support of Family Homestead, a local agency devoted to ending homelessness.

Favorite Thing About Colorado:

I love the four seasons, the 300 plus days of sunshine, the mountains, and the lifelong friends I’ve made. That and the Broncos. You gotta love those Broncos.