Fortune Square is Roger Mumford’s latest exciting enhancement to Red Bank’s West Side renaissance. The homes are inspired by visionary T. Thomas Fortune and his home Maple Hall, now a National Historic Landmark. The luxury apartments are located just behind Maple Hall, a masterfully rehabilitated 19th century French mansard style structure. The theme and architectural detail of Maple Hall are integrated into the home designs of Fortune Square.
By the mid 1800’s, Red Bank had become a commercial and manufacturing center, and a port from which steamboats transported commuters to work in Manhattan. In 1901, Red Bank attracted civil rights leader and journalist T. Thomas Fortune who was in search of a home in the country.
Fortune purchased the property at 94 Beech Street, as it was known then, and christened his new home “Maple Hall.” Today, the Fortune Square apartments pay homage to Maple Hall and echo features of its unique exterior.
Quality design and execution is the key to offering homes that are within reach of our homebuyers. Roger Mumford Homes cultivates healthy relationships that are nurtured through high quality tradespeople, many of whom run small firms that are highly responsive to both our needs as a builder and the needs of our homebuyers. This enables high quality standards to be met in the most time-honored and efficient way. We spend considerable time reviewing the details that make our homes different.
Bronze color gutters and more attractive exterior color selections are a few of the many thoughtful amenities that contribute to making our homes unique in today’s new home market. Roger Mumford, President, has developed over 4,000 homes in 80 communities that include a variety of creative housing types. Mumford has been honored with over 50 industry awards including Ernst and Young’s 1995 Entrepreneur of the Year Award for Real Estate.