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2013 Vanguard Award Winner

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Alexandria, VA --  Ghost Ranch Lodge Rehabilitation Project was awarded the 2013 Vanguard Award for Major Rehabiliation of a Historic Structure into Affordable Rental Housing. 

Atlantic Development & Investments, Inc.'s Ghost Ranch Lodge Rehabilitation Project was awarded the 2013 Vanguard Award for Major Rehabiliation of a Historic Structure into Affordable Rental Housing by the National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA) in its fourth annual Affordable Housing Vanguard Awards.

NAHMA 2013 Affordable Housing Vanguard Award Winners

About the Vanguard Awards:

The Vanguard Awards celebrate success in the multifamily affordable housing industry by recognizing and benchmarking new, quality, multifamily affordable housing development or significant rehab. The award:

  • Demonstrates that exceptional new affordable housing is available across the country, and that it is an asset to any neighborhood;
  • Demonstrates that the affordable multifamily industry must be creative and innovative to create exceptional properties given the financing and other challenges to development;
  • Highlights results of private-public partnerships required to develop today’s affordable housing; and
  • Shares ideas for unique design and financing mechanisms with industry practitioners to further stimulate creative development in the affordable multifamily industry. 

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Atlantic Development & Investments, Inc.
15957 N. 81st Street, Suite 101
Scottsdale, AZ 85260

Telephone: 1-480-256-0506
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Hartford, CT 06106

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"Mr. Breen's dedication to the development of low-income housing in Arizona is admirable. As President and CEO of Atlantic Development & Investments, Inc., Mr. Breen's commitment has had an indisputable positive effect on the economy of Arizona, especially in the development of low income housing."

Ruben Gallego, Arizona State Representative