Business Model

Lincoln Property Company has provided real estate development and management services to clients worldwide since 1965. This property management company also operates as Lincoln Military Housing. This real estate company plans, builds, owns and operates commercial and residential properties of all kinds. Their property roster includes office buildings, multi-family homes and on base private military housing.

In fact, they proudly serve as one of the largest military housing installation owners and operators in the United States. Their management and maintenance services help keep the on base housing comfortable and functional for individuals and families stationed there. This company has more than 36,000 military housing units in its management roster at this time.

Military Bases

  • Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Arizona
  • Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California
  • Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia
  • Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Georgia
  • Marine Corps Mobilization Command Kansas City, Missouri
  • Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, California
  • Naval Complex San Diego, California
  • Washington Navy Yard, Washington DC
  • Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren, Virginia
  • Navy Information Operations Command Sugar Grove, West Virginia
  • Naval Support Facility Indian Head, Maryland
  • Naval Air Station Pax River, Maryland
  • Naval Air Station Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania
  • Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Hawaii
  • Naval Air Station Fallon, Nevada
  • Camp Lejeune, North Carolina
  • Fort Sam Houston, Texas
  • Fort Eustis, Virginia
  • Fort Story, Virginia
  • Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington
  • Fort Lewis, Washington

Contact Information For Lincoln Military Housing

2739 Dickman, Building 407

P.O. Box 341088

San Antonio, TX 78234

Phone: 210-270-7638

Fax: 210-270-7699

Tim Byrne, President and CEO

Jarl Bliss, Present of Lincoln Military Housing

Lawsuits, Sanctions and Penalties Against Lincoln Military Housing

In response to moldy housing units, Marine Corps families at the Norfolk base filed a lawsuit against Lincoln Military Housing in 2013. A federal jury heard the case, Federico v. Lincoln Military Housing, and issued a judgment of $350,000 to the affected families. A housing discrimination case in California soon followed and resulted in a settlement of $200,000 in fees and penalties. Another lawsuit filed by the state of California against Lincoln also ended in a settlement of $252,000 to 18 parties. These cases centered around the unlawful eviction of the service members and their families from on base housing by Lincoln Military Housing.


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