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Lenox Meadows opens.

Affordable Housing Developers, Inc. (AHD) announced the grand opening of Lenox Meadows, a new community of 59 affordable homes developed through a j oint venture between the Township of Union and AHD.

The Mayor of Union Anthony Russo, and other local and statewide officials will celebrate the grand opening of Lenox Meadows, July 15, 1993 where one of the first qualified family will be presented a key to their new home.

More than 500 applications have been received for the 59 homes being built on in-fill sites in the Vauxha: section of Union. Applications are still being accepted as not every application taken qualifies. Completion of the remaining homes is scheduled for late 1993.

Lenox Meadows consists of two- and three- bedroom homes with garages, and are available in a variety of designs consistent with the existing homes in the neighborhood. Three homes have been specifically developed for the needs of handicapped people. The homes are available at affordable prices, in compliance with Council on Affordable Housing (COAH) guidelines. Sale price of the homes is based on annual income of the household and size of household. To be eligible, households must earn between 40" and 80" of Union County's median income, or $17,784 and $41,990.

AHD is a team of builders, architects, planners and real estate executives whose mission is to create quality affordable housing in New Jersey. Founded by Leonard Solondz and Roger Gore, AHD's unique team concept brings to a project commitment, quality, and collective professional skills from inception to completion.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Jul 21, 1993
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