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8th Annual Common Ground Awards

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Tucson, AZ  -- Ghost Ranch Lodge won the award in the category of Revitalization at the 8th Annual Common Ground Awards in Tucson, Arizona.

The Metropolitan Pima Alliance (MPA) hosted its 8th Annual Common Ground Awards Celebration on October 21, 2011 at the Westward Look Resort in Tucson, Arizona. Ghost Ranch Lodge, which was rehabilitated by an affiliate of Atlantic Development & Investments, Inc., won an award in the category of Revitalization.

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Jessica Breen, VP of Product Development of Atlantic Development & Investments, Inc., and Richard Underwood, President and Southern Arizona General Manager of AAA Landscaping, accepted the award on behalf of Ghost Ranch Lodge and thanked all those who made the redevelopment a success.

Acceptance Speech

"MPA's Common Ground Awards recognizes community leaders, projects and events with successful collaboration for the overall benefit of the community. Whether it is land development, economic development or community development, it is pertinent for all parties to find common ground and the Board selected winners are bestowed their Common Ground Award at this annual banquet ceremony attended by hundreds."

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

Telephone: 1-480-256-0506
Fax: 1-480-717-6959

Atlantic Development & Investments, Inc.
3 Charter Oak Place
Hartford, CT 06106

Telephone: 1-860-241-0140
Fax: 1-860-548-9136

"I commend Mark for his successes in overseeing the largest development of low-income housing in the State of Arizona."

W.J."Jim" Lane, Mayor
City of Scottsdale