Harbors at Haverstraw Completing the Promenade

Dated: June 11 2011

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Good afternoon everybody! How are you today? On this chilly Saturday afternoon I have very exciting news to report. The promenade that encompasses the Harbors at Haverstraw is being completed from the sculpture at the circle on Harbor Pointe Drive all the way south to the beach. I approximate the length of the new section of the promenade will be about 200 yards! This will really give the development a great finished look, after all, the Hudson river promenade is the best thing about living at the Harbors. Check out my Youtube video, for more exciting details, including the latest on the river front town homes, shhhhhh! Its just our secret for now, stay tuned to my blog for all the exclusive details on the hottest waterfront town homes in Rockland, hands down, you will only find this information on my site, nowhere else! Until next time....
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Mary Lovera

In today’s world, our relationships are very important so much so that The Right Relationships can make all the difference. This year marks my 20th year in Real Estate. In that time, I’ve happ....

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