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An image of tenants at our annual Tenant Christmas Dinner for 2023.

Tenant Christmas Dinner 2023

This week, we held our Tenant Christmas Dinner in collaboration with Micah Projects at the Level 13 Gambaro Room Rooftop.

This week, we held our Tenant Christmas Dinner in collaboration with Micah Projects at the Level 13 Gambaro Room Rooftop. 🍲

Tenants feasted on a special Christmas menu with baked ham and ricotta, as well as a raspberry jelly with ice cream and peaches.

We hope that our tenants had a great time at this year’s dinner, and we hope everyone has a great Christmas period. 🎄

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