If our founder, construction-engineer Jack Wallick, was known for one thing, it’s this: Demanding excellence. Of himself. Of his teams. Of his peers. Of our industry.


in the nation in affordable
housing preservation.


decades partnering with
HUD and obtaining tax credits.


annual performance growth.


portfolio REAC score.


associates voting Wallick
a “Best Places To Work.”

From property management to development to construction to asset management, we do affordable housing the way Jack Wallick would, responsibly and with care.

In fact, that’s the whole reason Jack formed Wallick Construction Company in 1966. He cared enough to take on the liabilities and abandoned contracts of a defunct, out-of-state contractor, even though he wasn’t obligated to.

Together with his business partner Sandy Goldston, they fulfilled each and every one of those commitments. Along the way, they restored trust, established a foundation of integrity, and left a legacy we work hard to live up to—and even surpass.

Although Jack and Sandy are now gone, their ideals haven’t gone anywhere. We’re still in the business of changing the world for low-income families and seniors, and we still believe:

  • Breaking barriers is better than breaking promises.

  • Trust is the only proof that matters.

  • Effort is good; results are better.

  • A heart of service beats an attitude of intention, any day.

Today, Jack’s children Howard Wallick and Julie Wallick, along with CEO Tom Feusse and a highly experienced executive team, lead Wallick Communities. Under their leadership, we’ve become one of the nation’s most respected and trusted affordable housing and senior living real estate firms.

We’re found in more than 190 communities across the Midwest, including managing 13,000 apartment units. We claim the largest green rehab of any affordable community in U.S. history. And we’ve been ranked #1 in the nation for affordable housing preservation.

We’re Wallick Communities. And if you know us, you know Jack.


managed communities across the Midwest.


years as a trusted leader in affordable housing.


constructed family, senior and affordable communities.

A History Built On Integrity


Jack Wallick and Sandy Goldston form construction company


Development and property management areas are entered


Wallick has 2,600 units in 12 communities under management


Wallick builds Waterford, Columbus’ first residential downtown high-rise


Wallick develops Indian Mound Apartments, the first Fannie Mae tax credit community in the country


Founder Jack Wallick passes away, Sandy Goldston becomes CEO


Julie Wallick and Howard Wallick acquire majority interest. Tom Feusse hired as CEO; new senior management team put into place.


Wallick manages 8,000 units in 110 communities, both for its own portfolio and for third-party owners


Wallick and Stern-Hendy merge to become the largest provider of affordable housing in Ohio


Wallick expands activities in development of memory care and assisted living


Wallick builds first affordable assisted living community, helping to redefine senior living


Wallick Opens its first affordable assisted living community, The Ashford on Broad, helping redefine senior living


Wallick celebrates 50 years in business


After 34 years in Reynoldsburg, Wallick moves its corporate office to New Albany, Ohio


Wallick has a landmark year, securing funding for 9 development projects.


Wallick expands its footprint to Tennessee, the Carolinas, Pennsylvania, and Indiana