Kudos to our construction, maintenance, and property management teams for getting us here on time as we launch the grand opening of our newest building at Cottonwood Crossing in Williston, Vermont!
Pardon our Progress
The construction team faced a series of supply chain disruptions, but that didn’t prevent us from opening the newest building at Cottonwood Crossing as planned on August 1st.
However, the final touches for some apartment and community features and finishes will be ongoing.
- Some apartments will have mismatched cabinet colors upon move-in, but these mismatched cabinet colors will be promptly swapped out at a later date when supplies become available
- Installation of on-floor laundry facilities has been delayed, but this should be resolved before the end of August
- Use of on-site storage will be delayed as the construction team focuses on higher priority tasks, but residents will NOT be charged for storage they do not receive
We care about your safety
Please stay away from the construction site at all times (even when workers are away)! Even walking nearby is a big distraction to contractors who are trained to stop when bystanders get nearby.
Help us speed these projects along by staying away from the worksite and from contractors. Staying away protects your safety and the safety of the construction crew.
Here are some of the construction projects that will take place in your community between the hours of 5AM to 5PM:
- Construction is ongoing both inside and outside of the building
- You should expect early morning and afternoon noise and activity
- Masonry and installation of the cosmetic, exterior building siding will be completed using scaffolding and aerial work platforms
- Residents should use blinds or curtains to create privacy in their apartments while this work is ongoing
- Some apartments will be identified by hand written room number signage for a short period of time
Stop the Prop!
We kindly ask that you immediately remove any door prop that you notice while entering or exiting the building. Removing door props will protect the safety and security of all residents.
Door-propping can also damage paint, hinges and closing mechanisms, and even door frames. Some of this damage could lead to costly repairs and damage charges for residents!
Submit Maintenance Requests online !
For non-emergencies, then residents should submit maintenance requests online (click here). Examples include a door that won’t shut or a lighting fixture that won’t turn on.
If it’s an emergency (such as an active water leak), then residents should call one of the following two numbers:
- Call our office at (802) 864-5200 Monday through Friday, 9am-5pm
- Call our After Hours Emergency Maintenance Pager at (802) 657-0378
Keep in mind that residents may be charged fees for:
- (1) misuse of the emergency pager, such as calling for a tripped circuit breaker that residents should reset; or
- (2) resident caused issues, such as lock-out.