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Modular Manufacturer Sold to Investment Firm

February 13th, 2013 Comments off

PRNewsWire reports CoveView Capital Partners, LLC has acquired all the assets of modular builder HandCrafted Homes, LLC of Henderson, NC. Paul Jarvis, the new President of HandCrafted Homes, says, “The infusion of new capital will allow us to fund growth initiatives as the housing markets begin to recover, and is well timed for the upcoming spring selling season. We are excited to partner with an experienced investor such as CoveView to create a great organization around an already strong brand.” HandCrafted builds modular homes, apartments and commercial buildings. As MHProNews has learned separately, CoveView is a private investment firm based in Stamford, Conn., formed in 2009 by three former J.P. Morgan bankers. The selling price was not immediately available.

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Garden Homes Sues over Proposed Development—Again

November 29th, 2012 Comments off

Harking back to a story that began in 2006 when Garden Homes Management Corp. first proposed a 124 site MHC in Oxford, Conn. that has been stymied by numerous hearings, commissions, courts, and studies, the Stamford, Conn. developer is appealing a ruling by the Inland Wetlands Agency that the development falls under their jurisdiction. The Republican American reports Garden Homes filed the appeal Nov. 16 asking for the agency’s decision to be overturned. As MHProNews has learned, the company submitted a revised plan in July 2012 asking the agency to determine that its project is not subject to agency regulations.

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RV/MH Hall of Fame gets $$ Boost

February 3rd, 2012 Comments off

Frontier Communications Corp. of Stamford, Conn. donated $10,000 to the RV/MH Hall of Fame in Elkhart, Ind. according to RVBusiness. A major provider of communications products to northern Indiana consumers, according to Tom McNulty, executive director and president of the museum, the funds will help maintain the financially struggling facility. Presenting the check on Tue., Jan. 31, Frontier chairwoman and CEO Maggie Wilderotter said, “We are very excited to make a contribution to the museum so we can keep the heritage of the RV industry alive and well. When we think about supporting our communities from a Frontier Communications perspective, we think broadly across what’s important in the communities that we serve. Providing them with funding to keep the museum going, we thought, was very important to the community.” has learned McNulty said the HOF cash position is better than it has been in two years, and bookings for the conference center have increased.

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