Today the window to the back door of the van shattered for reasons unknown. We hope to have it repaired sometime tomorrow it parts are available. We will have a better idea tomorrow on the status of the van for next week and will keep everyone posted.

Thank you for your understanding.


Liberty completed the project a few hours ahead of schedule and all residents of the Princeton building and the 14 riser, should now have water flowing through their faucets.

We are grateful for the level of dedication that Liberty brings to the table when they are working in our building. They typically complete the work ahead of schedule and for that we are grateful. We know that not having access to water for several hours is a major inconvenience to everyone affected, so having it restored a few hours early is wonderful.

Please note that when you run your faucets, the water could be slightly discolored. This is normal sediment that will clear itself with water usage in a short period of time.

Any questions, please contact the Management Office at 610-544-6000.


Part of the routine maintenance of the building, is to clean the exhaust ducts to the air handlers every three years. We scheduled the work for this week. While the work is taking place, the air handlers must be turned off. They are turned on at the end of each day.

Unfortunately, after the work was completed on the Harvard unit, the unit would not turn back on and a service call was placed. The Princeton air handler was turned back on at the end of the day yesterday and ran for a little then went down. We will have the service company investigate both units today while they are onsite so they can get them up and running as soon as possible.

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause and want you to know we are working to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.