Columbus Hospitality Management Names New General Manager of Columbus Corporate Housing

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Kacia Grant has joined the team at Columbus Hospitality Management as General Manager of Columbus Corporate Housing, which offers fully-furnished apartments in downtown Columbus, with locations in Grandview Yard located in Grandview Heights and the Arena District.

Grant is managing the team that facilitates the ultimate corporate housing experience by combining the service of a luxury hotel with the comfort and convenience of an apartment. Whether someone is completing a home renovation, a work assignment in Columbus, or relocating to the area, Grant’s team is committed to creating positive and comfortable transition experience while delivering custom solutions and amenities that exceed expectations.

“’It’s an honor to lead a team of local experts who live and work in Central Ohio and are dedicated to finding the perfect community and space that creates a lifestyle experience unique for each person or family we serve,” said Grant. “I’m excited to work with clients to customize and tailor temporary and corporate housing accommodations to their specifications that make their housing feel just like home.”

Prior to her current role, Grant served as assistant property director and marketing strategist for Wood Partners in Washington, D.C. and leasing and marketing manager for EDR Management (Grey Star) in Baltimore, Maryland. A native of Reynoldsburg, Grant was also the portfolio manager for six HOA’s in Columbus with Rodger Vaugh Group Ltd. and assistant community manager for The Province Dayton Apartments. Grant graduated from Wright State University and the Hondros College of Business, majoring in real estate.

Columbus Hospitality Management (CHM) is a professional management company with the experience and manpower to lead successful teams across Ohio and the United States and offer long-term corporate housing solutions for clients looking for comfort and convenience during an extended stay in our city.


Columbus owned and operated, Columbus Corporate Housing serves the needs of business travelers, insurance loss and disaster relocation, homeowner renovation and relocation, hospital treatment programs, traveling healthcare professionals, university faculty and staff, and internship program candidates.


Columbus Hospitality Management was born in 1998 from a desire to excel upon the basics of great business practices and remain true to our core values to achieve success. The properties we manage are as diverse as our clients. Our flexible approach makes it possible for us to manage assets including hotels, equestrian arenas, corporate housing, conference centers, restaurants, and more. For more information, visit