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What kinds of properties does National Resources offer?

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National Resources is a real estate investment and development company that offers residential, commercial, mixed-use and retail properties, according to the National Resources website. As of 2015, National Resources' offices are primarily located on the East Coast of the United States in locations such as Florida, Georgia, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Maine and Michigan. National Resources is occasionally referred to by the acronym NRE.

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National Resources' real estate development efforts have focused on rebuilding industrial and corporate properties to offer modern business, residential and mixed-use spaces, as stated on the company's website. Some of the company's projects focus on creating developments that change land use from a historically industrial focus to a new residential community.

One example of National Resources' mixed-use property development is found in an Edgewater, New Jersey development called Edgewater Harbor, which includes residential and retail spaces. The company's retail efforts in this development include a restaurant, the Haven Riverfront Restaurant and Bar, which is located within the Edgewater Harbor mixed-use development property.

Commercial development projects associated with National Resources are typically branded under the 'iPark' name; these National Resources commercial properties are found in locations such as Yonkers, New York and Norwalk, Connecticut. The company's retail efforts typically focus on redevelopment of existing shopping centers with grocery-store anchor tenants such as Kroger and Publix grocery stores.

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