THE COWGILL DIFFERENCE

We deliver valued resident experiences through exceptional service and reliable management.

COMMUNITIES CALLED HOME

Difference in the Details

Cowgill is a family-owned company that understands the importance of feeling at home – no matter how long you’ve been with us. Through exceptional service and reliable management we deliver valued resident experiences that make our apartment communities more than just a place to live.

Our founder, Norwood Cowgill, Jr., invested in student rentals near the University of Kentucky in the 60s and later established Cowgill in Lexington, KY to specialize in the long-term ownership, repositioning, and development of multi-family communities.

In addition to managing our own portfolio, we partner with local and out of state investors to provide third party management services. We believe in constantly improving, standing by our word and holding every team member accountable.

Contact us today to find your new home!

Leadership

Norwood Cowgill
Owner

Mike Harris
President

Kim Baughman
Vice President

Cindy Brumley
VP of Laundry Services

Joe Brumley
VP of Acquisitions

Carson Baughman
Director of Impact

Jeff Abney
Director of Maintenance

Angela Hurst
Regional Manager

Ji Young Nelson
Regional Manager

Vaughn Helton
Construction Manager

Cristi Hawkins
Accountant

Kathy Hydorn
Office Manager

What’s New?

studios180: Framing Almost Complete

January 20th, 2020|

Our framers have been working hard to get all of our panelized structure put together so we can be dried in by the end of January. Once dried in, studios180 will start to take shape

How to Be Productive When You’re Working from Home

January 15th, 2020|

Working from home can be a blessing and a curse. Sure, you don’t have to worry about getting yourself to an office every morning or dealing with co-workers in person—but you do have to deal

studios180: great weather

January 2nd, 2020|

The recent weather has allowed our crews to get the first and second floor panels up. We are projected to be dried in by mid-January.