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One Hudson Park tops off.

Tarragon Corporation celebrated the topping off of One Hudson Park, Edgewater's first Manhattan-style high-rise condominium building on June 29, 2006. The luxury homes will be ready for occupancy in Spring 2007.

More than 50 people arrived at the site for a brunch hosted by Tarragon to celebrate the milestone. Tarragon's President Robert Rothenberg addressed the attendees and discussed the importance of this new development. A welcoming of the building to the community was performed by Edgewater's Mayor Nancy Merse, who broke a ceremonial champagne bottle on the building similar to the christening of a boat, which ties into One Hudson Park's river-inspired theme.

In addition, hard-hat tours were conducted so that guests could visit One Hudson Park's rooftop and see the expansive views of the river and Manhattan.
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Title Annotation:Tarragon Corporation
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jul 19, 2006
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