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Why is Tivoli seperate from Cardinal Forest?
Posted by: question for ChuckH ()
Date: April 28, 2015 10:13PM

Seems really odd, have a small little complex inside of a large complex. Different names and management, yet the buildings are the same as the Cardinal forest units.

Do you know why it's like this? Why not just have it all as Cardinal forest?

Thanks!

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Re: Why is Tivoli seperate from Cardinal Forest?
Posted by: really? ()
Date: April 28, 2015 10:16PM

who the fuck really sits around and thinks about stupid shit like this lol god damn

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Re: Why is Tivoli seperate from Cardinal Forest?
Posted by: Ggvv ()
Date: April 28, 2015 10:22PM

They are separate developments, just like Charlestown is separate from Cardinal Forest and Tivoli.

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Posted by: chuckhoffmann ()
Date: April 29, 2015 11:11AM

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/05/2015 01:27AM by chuckhoffmann.

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Re: Why is Tivoli seperate from Cardinal Forest?
Posted by: question for ChuckH ()
Date: April 29, 2015 11:22AM

chuckhoffmann Wrote:
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> Tivoli was built in 1974-1975, over half a decade
> after the surrounding neighborhood, which was
> originally known as Pennsbury. In fact, the land
> that Tivoli was built on was originally supposed
> to be phase 4 of Pennsbury, but that was never
> built.
>
> I believe Tivoli was originally conceived as
> rental apartments, but some time before
> construction was completed, Klingbeil Company
> decided to convert them to condominiums.
>
> Pennsbury became part of Cardinal Forest when the
> whole development went condo in the late
> seventies, but Tivoli is still its own
> association.


Thanks Chuck!

It looks like Cardinal Forest also built more condos in 1976 (phase 4?) after Tivoli came to be, the same style as Tivoli.

http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/5765-Rexford-Ct-APT-J-Springfield-VA-22152/51906639_zpid/

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Re: Why is Tivoli seperate from Cardinal Forest?
Posted by: Gcduj ()
Date: April 29, 2015 10:46PM

'cause guido - your not good enough to be italian

dont even think it

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Re: Why is Tivoli seperate from Cardinal Forest?
Date: April 29, 2015 10:48PM

chuckhoffmann Wrote:
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> Tivoli was built in 1974-1975, over half a decade
> after the surrounding neighborhood, which was
> originally known as Pennsbury. In fact, the land
> that Tivoli was built on was originally supposed
> to be phase 4 of Pennsbury, but that was never
> built.
>
> I believe Tivoli was originally conceived as
> rental apartments, but some time before
> construction was completed, Klingbeil Company
> decided to convert them to condominiums.
>
> Pennsbury became part of Cardinal Forest when the
> whole development went condo in the late
> seventies, but Tivoli is still its own
> association.

Saved so you can see this post after some period of time (no offense).

Anyways, interesting info.

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Re: Why is Tivoli seperate from Cardinal Forest?
Posted by: Curious about it? ()
Date: April 30, 2015 07:46AM

Is Tivoli still home to kids from broken homes and single parents who are all troublemakers and, drug dealers and sluts? Man, the chicks I knew that lives there when I was a teen would put out at the drop of my pants. Even banged a mother daughter combo one day when this chicks mom came home drunk and found us making out. Fucking awesome.

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Re: Why is Tivoli seperate from Cardinal Forest?
Posted by: Ayoku ()
Date: April 30, 2015 09:10AM

I used to live there for many of years. Have wondered the same myself. Interesting stuff really, you learn something new everyday!

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