Improvements Made to Affordable Community

The LongBranch-EatontownPatch informs MHProNews the Pine Tree Manufactured Home Park in Eatontown, New Jersey has added a playground for children, the Borden Foundation Playground,  another improvement the Affordable Housing Alliance has made since acquiring Pine Tree in 2007. In addition to a new water distribution system and replacing outdated oil and propane heating systems with gas mains, 14 pre-HUD Code homes have been replaced with six new Energy Star HUD Code homes, and more are on the way for this community that is home to 130 low-income families. A community center built in 2008 provides a place for residents to do laundry, hold meetings, have family celebrations and other types of entertainment in this east New Jersey town near the Atlantic. Donna Blaze of the Affordable Housing Alliance said, “It’s a very family-oriented community. Living here gives people a sense of ownership and it’s as cost effective as renting.”

(Photo credit: LongBranchPatch/Christopher Sheldon)

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