Pittsfield, MA — Teton Management Corp is pleased to announce the purchase of a 212-acre mobile home community in Utica, NY. Committed to enhancing this 157-pad community with cosmetic and infrastructure improvements, Teton has begun by renaming the community, Adirondack Ridge. “As we clean up and prepare for significant improvements to come once weather permits, we’ll be marketing the community to new residents,” states George C. Whaling, President & CEO of Teton Management Corp/Whaling Properties, LLC. “We believe this name more accurately reflects the majestic mountain views and beautiful setting and will enhance our marketing efforts going forward as we begin rebranding the property.”
In keeping with the Adirondack theme, the currently unnamed streets within the community will be named after prominent mountain peaks within the Adirondack Mountain range and clearly delineated with new signage, not only to assist in marketing efforts but for practical purposes such as allowing the local fire department to locate homes more rapidly should an emergency occur.
“Other improvement plans have already begun, including removing uninhabitable structures and bringing in new, affordable manufactured homes, and adding community amenities such as a new mail station, a community bulletin board, a children’s play area, picnic area, and adding an onsite sales office,” stated Asset Manager Rebecca Weeks. “In addition to the cosmetic improvements, Teton Management is establishing an onsite management presence to position Adirondack Ridge as an all-ages, family-friendly community.”
This is the 8th community acquired by Teton since May 2017 and fits perfectly into its strategy of acquiring communities with great potential, yet have been undermanaged and are in need of infrastructure improvements.
For more information, please contact:
Erin O’Brien, Marketing