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Ghost Ranch Awarded HUD Secretary’s Award for Excellence

Buffalo, NY -- Atlantic Development & Investments, Inc. was awarded the National Trust for Historic Preservation and HUD Secretary’s Award for Excellence in Historic Preservation.

Atlantic Development & Investments won the award for the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of the Ghost Ranch Lodge motor court motel in Tucson, Arizona into affordable senior housing at the National Preservation Awards ceremony in Buffalo, New York.

The award presented to Atlantic Development & Investments, Inc. honored our two-phase historic rehabiliation and adapative reuse of the Ghost Ranch Lodge motor court motel into affordable senior housing during the 2011 HUD Secretary's Award for Excellence in Historic Preservation.

The Honor Award for Excellence in Historic Preservation recognizes efforts that both advance the nation's historic preservation goals and provide affordable housing and economic development opportunities for low- and moderate-income residents.

Link to official press release:

2011 National Preservation Honor Award

About Atlantic Developments & Investments

For over 25 years, Atlantic Development & Investments, Inc. has been a leader in the development of affordable housing communities. Atlantic has been applauded and recognized not only for the quality of housing developed, but its continuing dedication to the ongoing operation and compliance of its properties. Today, Atlantic is one of the nation’s most successful LIHTC developers.

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

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Hartford, CT 06106

Telephone: 1-860-241-0140
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