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Montage at Hamilton Welcomes First Residents to New Building

09/09/2014

Hamilton Township, NJ, September 2014: Montage at Hamilton, one of central New Jersey’s most popular active-adult communities, has rolled out the welcome mat at its newest building to greet its newest residents. The upscale condominium community in Hamilton Township opened its latest building this month, which has been leasing at a rapid pace, according to the builder. The first residents of the new building have already moved in, with more to follow.

Montage at Hamilton offers those aged 55 and over the opportunity to own or lease in one of Mercer County’s most convenient and desirable locations. The community, from award-winning builder Sharbell Development, features attractive home choices and an active lifestyle for residents.

Renters and buyers at Montage can choose from exquisite one- and two-bedroom condominiums, some of which include private garage parking. Leasing begins at $1,420 a month, and the purchase price for homes begins at $187,000.

Living at Montage, residents enjoy a variety of amenities, including a community clubhouse with a fitness center, catering kitchen, and a grand multi-purpose room. Residents can also take advantage of many outdoor activities, including an outdoor pool, walking paths, tennis, and much more. The community provides a regular schedule of social activities for residents, as well, with past adventures including trips to Atlantic City, Sunday brunches, baking contests, barbeques and many other fun events.

The community’s convenient Hamilton Township location is also one of its best amenities. Montage at Hamilton is located just minutes from major highways, including I-195, I-295, the NJ Turnpike, and Route 130, making it easy for residents to get anywhere in Jersey, as well as to Philadelphia, Atlantic City or New York. Montage is ideally located near some of central Jersey’s best shopping, dining, recreation, and entertainment. Nearby shopping centers include Quakerbridge Mall, Mercer Mall, Nassau Park, and the Hamilton Marketplace, to name a few. Princeton is just a short drive away, with its eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and culture, including the world-renowned McCarter Theater. Golfers will appreciate Mercer County’s variety of local courses and country clubs, and outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the Township’s 333-acre Veteran’s Park, which features athletic fields, a tennis complex, a lake, picnic facilities and walking paths throughout its scenic woodland areas.

Visit Montage at Hamilton to see the condominiums that are currently available for rent or purchase, including the new opportunities being offered in the community’s brand-new building. The Sales Office is open Friday through Tuesday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; closed Wednesday and Thursday. For directions or more information, please call (609) 586-9001; or visit sharbell.com.

About Sharbell Development Corporation:

For 30 years, Sharbell Development Corp. has built a reputation for innovation and integrity in residential, commercial and mixed-use development. The award-winning developer has built over 3,000 new homes in central New Jersey, from million-dollar custom estates to multi-family condominiums. The company also successfully develops and manages complete retail, office and mixed-use projects throughout the state. Sharbell has garnered numerous national and local honors and awards, including Home Buyers Warranty's coveted "Diamond Home Builder" designation, and New Jersey Future's Smart Growth Award for Plainsboro Village Center and Washington Town Center. The developer maintains an ongoing commitment to serving the needs of its homeowners, as well as serving the public good through meticulous planning, a special sensitivity to land use and the environment, and a constant effort to improve the communities in which it builds.

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09/09/2014 - 13:29

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