• REAL ESTATE  -  Real Estate agents are reminded that the management office is happy to answer any fiscal and operations questions your clients may have.  Agents whose clients would like to speak with management staff are free to have them contact us directly.  Unlike many condominium associations, our operations include a prudent business plan for future capital maintenance and we encourage all parties to be well-versed in these matters.
  • ALSO FOR REAL ESTATE AGENTS  -  Please remind your clients that we permit cats, birds, gerbils, etc. but not dogs.  The condominium also has very restrictive policies regarding rental units.  Kindly check with the office and get a copy of the Rental Policy if you are marketing a unit here.
  • GREEN AWARDS  -  We are pleased to report that the City of Medford Mayor's Office has awarded us a Green Award for our energy efficiency initiatives over the past decade.  Thanks goes out to current and past Board members and pro-active residents for supporting these efforts!  As an additional plus, we have received another Green Award from the Community Associations Institute.
  • 2018 FALL PROJECTS  -  We appreciate everyone's patience with our fall projects currently underway.  We are doing some lower level masonry work and exterior painting of basement window trim, as well as some indoor masonry pointing.  We are also planning a plumbing project for the annex section - this will involve rebuilding the HVAC condensate line for the south annex units. 

    And finally, we have hired an engineer to design a new platform for the annex rooftop HVAC units; an area that can no longer accommodate this equipment given the larger sizes of next-gen heat pumps as owners replace them.  The platform is expected to be constructed in the spring.
  • PARKING LOT LIGHTS  -  The lightposts currently in use were installed in the mid-70's and are nearing the end of their usefulness. Two have come down in strong winds and others are developing an array of problems, so the Board will begin replacing these with a more suitable design for a residential environment.  Most opinion leans toward maintaining the basic design established along Medford's Historic District and City Hall, while utilizing the now-inexpensive LED lighting.  These will most likely be replaced four or five at a time over a period of six years.
     


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