At approximately 6:15 am this morning, the power went out to the entire complex and some surrounding homes.

Our staff has notified PECO and they are working to correct the problem. Unfortunately we do not have an estimated time of restoration at this time.

Please note that one elevator on each side of the building is in operation, as are some lights on each floor.

We appreciate your understanding in this matter.


The technician was out this morning and found the problem with the elevator and made the necessary repairs. The unfortunate part of this, is the cost to the Association of about $1,000 for the unnecessary service call. The cause of the issue is directly related to someone blocking or holding the elevator door open for an extended period of time. This caused the elevator to lock out, hence the need for a service call. This is the 2nd time in less than a month that this has happened, resulting in a $2,000, unexpected and most importantly, unnecessary service call.

Please help reduce unnecessary expenditures and keep the costs of running the Association (your home), within budget.

Between the vandalism of parking signs on Harvard and just these two services calls, it has netted close to $3,000 in unbudgeted expenses. Management and the Board work hard to keep expenses down and budget increases to a minimum but if these types of events continue, it could result in an increase to the operating budget, which affects each and every owner and resident.

We appreciate your consideration of these matters and please remember to not block any elevator door for longer than a few seconds. Thank you.


Currently the service elevator is stuck on the 6th floor. A service call was placed and the technician should be here today to look at the issue. We will keep you posted on the outcome.

Thanks for your patience and understanding. Any questions, please contact the Management Office at 610-544-6000


At present the chiller is down and maintenance is working to get the equipment up and running. Thank you for your understanding and patience.


At approximately 9:15 PM, the community experienced a building wide power outage.

Due to the large number of power outages in the area and the scope of work involved in getting power restored to our building, PECO is estimating that Strath Haven will be without power until sometime tomorrow morning.

We will be sure to keep you posted as information becomes available to us.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this unfortunate situation.


Liberty was able to get the unit up and running without incident. We still need to make a decision on a part or two, which the Engineering Committee will review once quotes are received.

In the meantime, we are able to run the air handler without any problems.

Please give the office a call if you have any questions. Thank you for your continued patience.


We just received a revised notice that PennDOT has announced that lane restrictions are now scheduled for Chester Road (Route 320) in Swarthmore from 9 AM TO 3 PM and 7 PM TO 5 AM beginning on Tuesday, May 28 through Friday, May for paving.

Please allow extra time when traveling through the work area because slowdowns will occur. All of this is weather dependent.


On Tuesday, May 21, Pennsylvania holds its primary election for all residents.

Therefore, the van will not run its usual shopping trip but instead take residents to the local polling place so they can vote. They schedule is as follows and the van will pick up residents from the Princeton lobby:

9:15 AM             10:15 AM           11 AM 2:15 PM             3 PM

This does not impact the morning or afternoon train runs. They will take place as per the regular schedule.

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