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Harbourside Place Team Sponsors Florida's First Habitat for Humanity Blitz Build

NORTH PALM BEACH, FL--(Marketwired - May 09, 2014) - Allied Capital & Development of South Florida and Moss Construction Management are building more than Jupiter's Downtown. The team that is developing Harbourside Place has partnered with Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County to finish the last two homes of Kennedy Estates II, a 19-home development located on the south side of Jupiter Gardens Boulevard. Together, the three entities will host a Blitz Build, raising the two homes in 10 days. The build will begin Monday, May 12, 2014.

Kennedy Estates II is the sequel to the single-family housing development Kennedy Estates, located on the north side of Jupiter Gardens Boulevard. Consisting of 27 homes, the original development was finished March 2011 and is credited with helping revitalize the surrounding area by bringing in families dedicated to improving their living situations. Kennedy Estates II expects to further enliven the area, and upon completion will be home to approximately 38 adults and 47 children.

"Allied Capital & Development of South Florida takes pride in its dedication to enhancing the communities in which it builds," explains Nicholas Mastroianni III, Vice President of Allied Capital and Development. "Just as we build for the success of South Florida businesses, we strive to help Jupiter residents reach their dreams of home ownership."

Mastroianni continues, "Moss Construction Management shares our vision of expanding South Florida's horizons. The company has been charitable enough to donate, and source donations for supplies as well as provide manpower toward the completion of these two homes. We look forward to finishing the neighborhood's final two sites together, during Florida's first Blitz Build."

The Blitz Build will kick off on Monday, May 12, 2014 at 7:00 am. The team of builders will work 12-hour days in efforts to raise the homes in 10 days. By 8:30 a.m. Friday, May 23, 2014, the Habitat for Humanity Dedication Ceremony will take place, presenting finished and move-in ready homes to their new owners.

About Harbourside Place:
Harbourside Place is situated at the Northwest corner of the intersection of US Highway 1 and Indiantown Road, offering easy access and uninterrupted views of the Intracoastal Waterway. The development is destined to be the region's most valued commerce and entertainment center, described by local officials as a destination that will finally give Jupiter a downtown area and sense of identity. Harbourside Place will feature the 4-Star Wyndham Grand Jupiter Beach alongside 36,500 square feet of restaurant space; 53,704 square feet of retail space; 59,126 square feet of office space; and 12,000 square feet of rooftop plaza. Harbourside Place will host a minimum of 24 events per year, including small concerts, festivals and cultural exhibits.

About Habitat for Humanity Palm Beach County
Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County was founded in 1986 by J.B. Bramuchi, a retired general contractor. Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County partners with families in need to build affordable homes together. Each Habitat partner family is required to invest a minimum of 400 sweat equity hours of their own labor into the construction of homes before being eligible to purchase their home utilizing a 30-year, no-profit, no-interest loan. Habitat for Humanity is primarily a volunteer organization. The Palm Beach County entity covers a geographical area from Hypoluxo Road to the Martin County Line; building homes in Lake Worth, Greenacres, Jupiter, Pahokee, Riviera Beach, Westgate, and West Palm Beach.

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Tara Monks
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