Kone Elevator was out to look at the issue the other day and made some corrections to the elevator. At the time of their visit, they could not get the elevator to re-enact the problem that occurred earlier.

Unfortunately again early this morning, the elevator experienced the same issues and as a precautionary measure, we removed the elevator from service.

Kone will be out here this afternoon to further investigate the issues with the elevator.

In the meantime, the remaining three (3) elevators are in working order. We thank you for your patience while this matter is investigated.


In speaking with our contractor today, a decision was made to push back the start date of the project due to the weather forecast for next week.

The work is now tentatively scheduled to take place the week of November 2, weather permitting.

The parking lot must be dry for 24 hours prior to the work commencing and the weather outlook for next week, is currently calling for a good chance of rain in the beginning of the week.

We appreciate your understanding and patience. We will keep you updated, as information becomes available.


Many residents have asked us where they can place their ballots for the upcoming Presidential election taking place on Tuesday, November 3. We received information that official ballot boxes have been installed in various places in Delaware County.

Here is the website so you can check on the nearest location for yourself:


Every election day, the van shuttle takes residents to the local polling place for those that wish to vote in person. This year things will be a little different due to COVID. We are running the shuttle every 45 minutes, from the Princeton lobby, starting at 9 AM, with the last shuttle leaving Princeton at 4:15 PM. We are limiting the number of people on the van to 5 residents at a time in order to keep everyone spaced apart. You will be required to wear a mask during the entire ride as well.

The specific times for the shuttle are as follows:

9 AM 9:45 AM 10:30 AM 11:15 AM 12:30 PM 1:15 PM 2 PM 2:45 PM 3:30 PM and 4:15 PM