This Tucson, AZ condominium community was built in1972.The property is comprised of 240 units in ten separate, three-story buildings sprawling across roughly 35 acres.
The community suffered from approximately 40 years of deferred maintenance and paid the price.When Associa Arizona partnered with the community in August 2018, many maintenance issues were not up to code and posed serious safety and fire hazards. Ideally, large properties should be inspected every six months for self-closing door hardware malfunctions, raised concrete sidewalk panels, low-voltage lighting and/or monument sign lighting issues, appropriately painted curbing and fire lanes, and proper smoke detector operation and safety signage; however, this had not been the case for the community.
Immediately after Associa Arizona partnered with the seriously neglected property, the maintenance division took action. The team inspected both the interior and exterior of the community and quickly made the following necessary repairs:
Thanks to the due diligence of the community manager and the maintenance field services manager, Associa Arizona was able to bring the community up to code and keep the fire department, residents, and board members happy. The team will continue to perform regular inspections and make necessary repairs for the community.