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Aberdeen Township opens Hidden Village residential development

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Aberdeen Mayor Fred Tagliarini was joined by council members and members of the Aberdeen Economic Business Council at the official opening of HVA Development and Heartstone Development’s Hidden Village residential development on Thursday.

The new community consists of 200 rentals on Route 34. Apartments at Hidden Village start at $1,850 per month.

 “Our Council had a luxury rental community in mind for this under-utilized site at the southernmost gateway to our town,” Tagliarini said in a release. “Everything that (HVA Development) said (it would) do with this site when he approached our Planning Board years ago has come to fruition.

“In fact, as we look at this beautifully appointed clubhouse, the homes that have been built so far and see how you’ve preserved many of the site’s natural features, it’s clear that Hidden Village turned out even better than what we envisioned. You and your team are to be applauded for delivering a beautiful community that will be an asset to Aberdeen for years to come.”

Resident amenities at the community include a clubhouse, an outdoor pool, fitness center, lounging areas, a café and Wi-Fi accessibility.

The developers said that when the project is completed in spring 2019, Hidden Village will consist of 18 buildings plus the clubhouse.

“Considerable efforts were expended to utilize green, environmentally-friendly building materials and methods to enhance indoor air quality and promote the kind of energy efficiency that drives down the cost of living,” said Roger Mumford, managing member of HVA Development. ““Demand is such that as we build the new rental homes, they will be immediately occupied.”

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