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Atlantic is NDC Academy's 2015 Affordable Housing Winner Washington, DC --  Atlantic was selected as the Affordable Housing Winner  in the Housing Development Category by the National Development Council (NDC).
Legacy on Main Developed by an affiliate of Atlantic Development & Investments, Inc., Legacy on Main is a 78- unit “Transit Oriented Design” Low Income Housing Tax Credit Development located less than a half mile from the Alma School Road Light Rail Station, which is part of the currently funded light rail extension through Mesa Drive.
Affordable Housing News: Atlantic Feature: America's Affordable Housing Resource features Atlantic Development & Investments, Inc's in its summer 2014 issue.
City Place View of front entrace of City Place Apartments at 802 N. 30th Street in Phoenix, Arizona. A newly renovated affordable housing community for families in Phoenix, Arizona.
Auburn Ridge Awarded $1.25 million in 2013 LIHTCs from CHFA. Grand Junction, CO -- Auburn Ridge Awarded $1.25 million in 2013 LIHTCs from CHFA.
The 2012 AHF Top 50 Washington, DC --  Atlantic Development & Investments, Inc. ranks 32nd.
2013 Vanguard Award Winner
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 Ranks in the Top 50 for 2nd Year in a Row Washington, DC --  Atlantic Development & Investments, Inc. ranks 47th.

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shutterstock_657509171Atlantic Development & Investments, Inc. is committed to meaningful change in the communities we serve through our philanthropic efforts.

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Atlantic Development & Investments has successfully completed building programs throughout the United States.                                                                                                                                       

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Atlantic Development & Investments, Inc., has worked hard to make quality home communities a reality and, as a result, is an award-winning company.

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For many disadvantaged, working and lower income families, homeownership is out of reach. The benefit of affordable housing is in its ability to enable families to have the opportunity to live in communities close to work, education, and affordable transportation, while making provision for those most at-risk in our society. Is it any wonder then; that the question of an affordable housing provision exists as one of our greatest challenges to our ongoing socioeconomic stability?

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