TRENTON – A mobile home community in the town of Trenton that was plagued by water problems and run-down homes in the past now has new owners, a new look and a new name.
Officials with Teton Management Corporation out of Massachusetts bought the former Paradise Mountain Mobile Home Park and renamed it Adirondack Ridge. They removed all of the vacant, run-down homes, addressed water and infrastructure problems, and made some cosmetic improvements and other upgrades that some of the younger residents will appreciate.
Valeria Whaling, director of new home sales for Teton Management Corp.
“Some of the aesthetic improvements are the beautiful mailbox station, new basketball court, new playground. This is a family-friendly park,” said Velerie Whaling, director of new home sales for Teton Management Corp.
Residents of Adirondack Ridge buy their mobile homes and pay rent for the lot.
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