100 Midtown
Q&A: RESIDENT CONCERNS
On behalf of our Property, we want to reassure you, our residents, of our commitment and focus to continue to provide you with superior services in your homes.  Our Leadership Team continues to meet frequently to review health and safety updates regarding COVID-19 and the implications for each of our communities, including guidance and actions provided by Health Officials, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC – www.CDC.gov), and Federal, State and Local authorities.  We continue to follow the health and safety protocols and directives of these organizations and officials.
 
As a company whose primary focus is the provision and operation of housing, we are defined by most all public authorities as a provider of “Essential Services”.  That means, even in the event of a shelter-in-place order from a Governmental Official or body, we have a duty to continue to provide the staffing, operations and services necessary to support the occupancy of our properties by our residents. 
 
 
OFFICE OPEN TO PUBLIC

Q: Are you closing your offices to the public?  
 
A: Commencing on Monday, March 23, 2020, we closed all property office to the public. We are reopening the offices at 100 Midtown beginning June 2nd. We will be open from Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM and Saturday from 10 AM to 5 PM.  We will remain closed on Sundays. We encourage residents to do all property-related business, such as rental payments, work orders, communications, etc., by phone, email or through the Resident Portal. Residents are discouraged from entering our offices except in an emergency situation and should contact the staff prior to coming to the office in person.


Q: If you are closing the office, how do I get my packages? 
 
A: At this time, we are accepting all packages to support our resident needs including medications and food delivery. 
 
Our staff will contact you if a package is received for you and will still offer delivery to your door.


Q: Will I still be able to come into the office to access coffee, popcorn and refreshment services? 
 
A: We will continue to refrain from offering refreshment services in our clubhouse and offices at this time.

 
MAINTENANCE

Q: Will you still be completing work orders?
 
 A: We will continue to complete all work orders as they come into the office to meet our resident’s needs.  Prior to providing an in-unit repair or maintenance service, we will contact the resident and inquire as to whether any of the occupants: (a) have recently traveled and where, (b) experienced any recent sickness and its nature and (c) are currently self-quarantined.  Once the unit is determined safe for entry, maintenance workers will follow CDC guidelines and wear protective gloves and masks, wipe down and sanitize the areas where they will be working and request appropriate social distancing between the staff and residents in the unit, if any.


Q: Are you only completing emergency work orders? 
 
A: No.  We will continue to complete all work order requests as they are received to meet our resident’s needs.
 
 
Q: If I am locked out of my apartment, will staff still be deployed to the unit to provide me access to my unit and/or bedroom?  
 
A: We will continue to provide lockout services in order to ensure our residents continue to have access to their apartment and bedroom. 
 
 
Q: If a resident is ill or quarantined, will you still access my apartment?
 
A: It is the resident’s and roommate’s responsibility to notify the office of any recent illnesses, quarantine or recent travel undertaken prior to initiating a work order or requesting a property team member to access your apartment.  Permission should be received from all residents in the apartments prior to submitting any work orders that require access to your apartment.  In the event you or one of your roommates have tested positive for COVID-19, only emergency work-orders including those with life and safety implications will be completed.


RENTAL PAYMENTS

Q: I have lost income due to lay off, shortened hours or termination.  Do I still have to pay my rent?  
 
A: Rent is still due according to the lease agreement. Please refer to your lease agreement for any additional questions on when payments are due. We will not be abating any rental payments. We will also, follow all federal, state and local regulations mandated in response to COVID-19. If you need additional support with your rental payments, please reach out to our office.
 
 Updated 5/26/2020