Can the Cloisters Condominiums in Brigantine be considered affordable housing? Seems like Mayor Guenther and City Manager Stinson think so.
According to a Philly.com article, Brigantine, along with 279 other towns hired a consulting firm to help them satisfy federally mandated affordable housing obligations. The Cloisters Condo in Brigantine is on that list.
Did Econsult possibly fudge the ‘affordable housing’ numbers? Did Guenther & Stinson OK that report?
Former Philly Judge Diaz, a champion of affordable housing, called Econsult’s report “flawed” after learning his $400,000 beachfront condo in Brigantine was on a list of affordable housing.
Cloisters Condominiums Brigantine, NJ is one of Brigantine’s premier oceanfront condominium complexes, located directly on the beach, with a total of ninety-nine condos in five buildings.
Each spacious 1490 square foot Cloisters Condominiums unit has two bedrooms & two baths, Jacuzzi, reserved covered parking for two cars, private decks overlooking Brigantine Beach’s pristine white sand beaches, elevator access and open air entrance. The lovely Cloisters Condominiums grounds include gardens, pool and clubhouse, all beautifully maintained.
Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/news/new_jersey/20160416__500_000_houses_on_list_of__affordable__housing_in_N_J_.html#QbjTf3tYb2Kl3Lid.99
3 thoughts on “Cloisters Condo in Brigantine Considered Affordable Housing?”
The Cloisters Beachfront Condos are affordable housing? I wish I could afford it!
LOL- another “joke” from the Brigantine jokesters, eh? ~or is it another “Lie”?
This is why I said for years that in order to live in brigantine year round , you must Marry your first cousin. That leads to inbreading and the city politicians run the city this way. Low IQ and high nepotism and a city that has green heads to be symbolic of management and year round residents.