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Lincoln Property Company, Mobile Doorman Expand Partnership To Roll Out Its Custom-Branded Apartment Apps Across Midwest Portfolio

MobileDoorman.com / March 07, 2018

CHICAGO, Mar. 7 2018 -- Multifamily-giant Lincoln Property Company announced today that it will be partnering with Mobile Doorman, the industry-leading creator of custom-branded apartment apps for multifamily communities across the United States, to unveil a new series of its best-in-class apartment management apps across the entire Lincoln Midwest portfolio.

Package left for you? Mobile Doorman will take care of it

inman Chicagoland / April 13, 2016

"Mobile Doorman is the concierge your apartment building doesn't have; it's the 24-hour receptionist you notify when your faucet breaks; and it's the idea that your apartment life can be managed like your social media. It's all just one swipe away."

Mobile Doorman collects $750,000 from Kiphart's VC fund

Chicago Business / September 29, 2015

"Apartment dwellers can do a lot of things on mobile apps: pay bills, order food, summon a ride, find parking, a dog walker or a date. Dick Kiphart and some other investors think they might want to be able to pay their rent or let the landlord know that a sink needs fixing, too."

Mobile Doorman Expands its Apartment Building App to More Properties

ChicagoInno / March 26, 2015

"Mobile Doorman, a Chicago-based app that provides a number of tools to apartment and condo tenants to make building communication easier, announced Thursday that it has inked a deal with Waterton Associates LLC to get its platform in more Chicago properties."

'Mobile Doorman' App Gives Apartment Dwellers More Control

DNAinfo Radio Chicago / August 26, 2014

"The co-founders of the app are Lincoln Park residents who have been friends since they were 5 years old. While their company is in the early stages, Matteson and Gilbert hope that hundreds of buildings across the country, and possibly the globe, are using their app a year from now."