The Adia Development Group is on a mission to become a leading developer in the commercial and residential real estate industry. Our goal is to bridge the gap within the current housing crisis by acquiring a portfolio of affordable residential and multi-family properties while overseeing management for the fixed income and Veteran tenants we serve. We started The Adia Development Group because we believe, quite simply, that everybody deserves a quality place to live. A place to call home should be a necessity, not a privilege. As a service-disabled veteran and minority owned business, The Adia Development Group is working to renovate and develop neighborhoods by partnering with public and private firms as well as local, state, and federal government organizations to renovate or build homes to provide housing. Our vision is to expand the limits of the housing market in the United States to ensure everyone has access to a home that is a catalyst for personal and neighborhood growth.
What We Do
Our management team is committed to providing affordable housing opportunities and lifestyle management services for fixed income families and Veterans nationally. At The Adia Development Group, we want to give hard-working families, veterans, and seniors a place where they can hang up their hat, by giving them homes they can be proud of. Our Mission is to create affordable rental opportunities for individuals and families, regardless of income or circumstance.
Who We Are
The Adia Development Group is a Minority and Veteran owned firm launched in 2021. TADG associates have blended over 30 years of corporate executive hospitality and high-level military service experience. We have a clear understanding of the housing needs of those in the communities we serve and have made a commitment to provide affordable housing across the nation. Together we can unlock the doors to a bright future.
Anthony Toliver Founder/President
Anthony leads The Adia Development Group with over 35 years of experience working in the hospitality industry. Anthony has held various management and executive roles with a variety of prestigious hotels in Manhattan. His experience and knowledge of the industry with a primary focus on working with various US Government Agencies led Anthony to incorporate and create his own business. Anthony started Freedom
Hospitality which is a housing source for Government, Individual and Group travelers. Freedom Hospitality works with a network of hotels and extended stay properties to provide his clients accommodations in New York, D.C, and Miami. Through his affiliations and community support efforts, Anthony began to work with the City of New York to assist with the growing need to support the homeless community. Freedom Hospitality has coordinated and provided a large number of hotel rooms to New Yorkers in need of housing. Anthony has served on the boards for the Puerto Rican Family Institute and Ayuda for the Arts. Currently, Anthony is a corporate board member for the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) Survivors Benefit Fund (SBF), which raises funds for agents killed in the line of duty.
Nathaniel Hurt III Vice President
Nathaniel dedicated 20-years to the Military serving as an aircraft maintenance manager in the US Navy prior to joining the board at The Adia Development Group. He retired from military service in 2020 and has been an entrepreneur and investor for over 10 years. He has a M.S. in Management with a specialization in Project Management from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and is certified as a Green Belt instructor in Lean, Six Sigma and Theory of Constraints. Nathaniel has attained level II certification in Production, Quality and Manufacturing from the Defense Acquisition University. His executive level experience in managing large organizations through dynamic projects including production, quality and manufacturing is a valuable contribution to the success of The Adia Development Group.