Hidden Creek at Monroe Named Best Townhome Community by the Builders Association of the Hudson Valley
Monroe, New York: The Builders Association of the Hudson Valley awarded ON-SITE Sales and Marketing, LLC four BAHV Pinnacle Awards – three awards, including “Best Townhome Community” (51+ homes), were for Hidden Creek at Monroe, and one award was for Best “Salesperson of the Year.” The awards were presented at a dinner reception on April 13, 2010. Hidden Creek at Monroe, which began preview sales in Fall 2009, was designated as “Best Model Home” and “Best Community Website;” and Michelle Morgan was named “Salesperson of the Year.”
“We are proud to receive these distinctions of excellence,” stated Allan Leeds, a principal at ON-SITE Sales and Marketing, LLC, the community’s exclusive marketing and sales organization. “Hidden Creek at Monroe is a tranquil and beautiful place to live, and our award for ‘Best Townhome Community’ is further acknowledgement of this.”
Hidden Creek at Monroe features three separate model styles, Harriman, Tuxedo and Woodbury. Each private residence has two bedrooms and a den or three bedrooms, and each has two and a half baths and a full, two-car garage. A central clubhouse features a state-of-the-art fitness center, basketball court, fireplace lounge, and swimming pool. The community is close to shopping, hiking, golf and fishing. Conveniently located only three miles from both the NY State Thruway’s Exit 16 in Harriman and MetroNorth’s Harriman Train Station, Hidden Creek at Monroe is within the top-rated Monroe-Woodbury School District and is only half a mile from supermarkets, drug stores and other convenience shopping.
Hidden Creek at Monroe is already one of the top-selling, new townhome communities in the Hudson Valley, having completely sold out its first phase and part of its second phase prior to the community’s Grand Opening, which is scheduled for late Spring 2010.
The community is being built by Herskowitz Family, which has been building in the area since the 1960’s and developed numerous residential communities in Northern Bergen County, New Jersey and throughout Rockland and Orange Counties. Prior communities include Briarwoods Farm in Nanuet, Old Mill Acres in Valley Cottage, Terranova in Garnerville, Thiells Mountain Estates in Haverstraw, Call Hollow in Stony Point, and their nationally-acclaimed Winding Creek at Old Tappan.
The BAHV Pinnacle Awards recognize outstanding performance by Hudson Valley building industry professionals. The Builders Association of the Hudson Valley Inc. is a not-for-profit, trade organization which has represented the interests and needs of the residential, remodeling, and light commercial building industry in Orange, Dutchess, Putnam, Sullivan, Ulster and Westchester Counties since 1952. The Association is affiliated with the New York State Builders Association in Albany and the National Association of Home Builders in Washington, D.C.
Currently, Hidden Creek at Monroe is having a Private Sneak Preview of its two bedroom and den and three bedroom townhomes. Until the community has its Grand Opening in early summer, the models are shown by appointment only. For more information or to schedule your Private Sneak Preview appointment, please call (845) 837-1520 or visit http://www.hiddencreekny.com.
For over 40 years, the Herskowitz family has maintained a dedication to offering the highest quality construction, fine craftsmanship and outstanding customer service.
Since the 1960’s, the family has garnered a sterling reputation as a premier developer of residential communities in Northern Bergen County, New Jersey and throughout Rockland and Orange Counties, New York. Now, the Herskowitz family is bringing their wealth of knowledge and expertise to their latest community,
Hidden Creek at Monroe. Their tradition of excellence continues. Prior projects include Briarwoods Farm in Nanuet, Old Mill Acres in Valley Cottage, Terranova in Garnerville, Thiells Mountain Estates in Haverstraw, Call Hollow in Stony Point, and their nationally-acclaimed Winding Creek at Old Tappan.