The new monitoring system alerted us to an issue with the elevator. Our staff investigated and found the car stuck between floors, so a service call was immediately placed with Kone.

In the meantime, both elevators in Princeton and the other elevator in Harvard are operational.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Management Office.


Unfortunately there is an issue with the elevator and we have placed it out of service until Kone can arrive and determine the cause of the issue.

We appreciate your patience while we work to correct the problem.


We have Eastern Generators onsite, working on the generators after realizing there was a problem during the power outage with the transfer switch.

This problem caused the elevators not to operate as they should during the outage we experienced this morning.

Easter Generators will have to shut down the elevators from time to time tonight. Please do not be alarmed the when this occurs. The outage should be brief and the elevators should automatically go to ground level and open up.

This work is necessary to diagnose the issue with the generators. Please bear with us while we work to correct the problem.

Any questions, please contact the Management Office.


As a precaution, we are suggesting that residents who may have parked their cars are parked facing the meadow, to strongly consider moving their vehicles away from that area. The creek is approaching the edge of the parking lot and from recent weather reports, we know that flooding will continue throughout the day, as the storm continues to travel north of us.

For that reason, we are closing off the entire section of parking spaces facing the meadow, out of an abundance of caution.

Should you have any questions, please contact the Management Office.


Hopefully, everyone is aware of the storm that is slated to hit our area tomorrow.  The forecast is calling for heavy rains, flooding, and high winds. 

We strongly urge all residents to secure or move any items from their patio/balcony that could become airborne due to the strong winds.  This also includes flags and flagpoles that could snap in half. 

Thank you in advance for your prompt attention to this request and please stay safe.  Any questions, please contact the Management Office at 610-544-6000.


The Princeton air handler experienced a mechanical failure that can’t be repaired by our staff. We have a service call placed with Liberty to investigate and repair the unit as quickly as possible.


Currently our email system is not operational. We are waiting to have the tech company come out to resolve the issue.

If you need to reach the Management Office, please give us a call at 610-544-6000.


The door at the 5th floor service entrance was not working correctly, due to an issue handicapped push plate. We called out the service company, who came out this afternoon to investigate the cause of the issue.

At present, the service company is still working on the door to get it operational. Hopefully they will be able to get it repaired this evening.

Please note that the issue is with the push plate, one of the causes could be that residents and guests use their knees, feet and other body parts to strike the plate. The plate is only meant to be touched with your hand. The force of your foot, knee etc, causes more force to be applied to the mechanics of the plate than is intended for that type of equipment.