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Affirmative Equities named developer of Cambridge Ct.

Affirmative Equities named developer of Cambridge Ct.

Affirmative Equities, the specialty development and marketing firms, was named to complete construction and market Cambridge Court a luxury residential condominium complex located at 1018 Palisades Avenue in Fort Lee, New Jersey.

Known particularly for its work in historic preservation and adaptive reuse, rehabilitation of architecturally significant buildings, and extremely high quality housing, Affirmative has been named by the project's owner First Savings and Loan Association of Little Falls.

Affirmative Equities has developed for its own and other portfolios over $200 million worth of residential commercial and hotel properties. The firm is known for its development work on such historically important projects as The Mill at Little Falls New Jersey, the Patrick Henry Hotel in Roanoke Virginia, and several tum of the century cast iron buildings in New York's historic SoHo district, where the firm continues to maintain its headquarters.

"At Cambridge Court, we were able to bring a unifying vision to the final architectural finishes and the marketing of the building." summed up Andy Jubelt. "By taking over the final stages of the development process before we undertook the marketing we were able to fine tune the value-added aspects of the amenities and style of the project. Cambridge Court offers purchasers one of the best values in the metropolitan area when judged by most criteria: space price access security and convenience. It's provides purchasers with terrific value."

Cambridge Court is located at 1018 Palisades Avenue Fort Lee New Jersey. The multi-million dollar condominium community comprises two- and three-bedroom townhouse, penthouse and ranch residences at prices beginning at $239,000.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
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Date:Nov 27, 1991
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