Renovations at The Courtyards

Posted on 01. Aug, 2011 by in Gainesville, Gainesville Apartments

There have been lots of changes since we took over management of the property: the new website, the new branding and signage and last but not least, the new office/model decor which we’ve received great compliments on (thanks everyone!).

But if you’ve visited us recently, one HUGE difference is the change to the actual property.

The place looks like a demolition derby but this is only temporary; so don’t let the scaffolding and paint put you off from visiting us.

Renovations at The Courtyards
Work being done to the outside of Building A and parking lot.

We are working on lots of upgrades to the interior and exterior of the building. New shingles on the roof, small roof repairs, a fresh coat of paint, upgrades to the pool and sun deck area.

Basically creating more room for resident events and community functions we plan to host this year.

The Courtyards is such a great communal space and we want to offer residents some at-home, entertainment options.

Pool and courtyard in Building A getting a facelift. Good news, the pretty trees are staying.

Did we mention we’re going to get this all done before move-ins!

If you’re an incoming resident, you should have received your roommate and move-in information in the mail by now. We can’t wait to meet all of you in person on August 13th and 20th – but until then, like The Courtyards on Facebook and stay in the know with your new home.

See what the property USUALLY looks like in person.

3 Responses to “Renovations at The Courtyards”

  1. Scotty Peterson

    13. Sep, 2011

    I’m personally insulted that I got to experience these renovations. Why did you have to punish the current residents with 7 am banging and drilling? It would have been nice to at least get a little sleep during my exam week this summer. Very rude and unprofessional.

    Reply to this comment
    • CMC Corporate Office

      13. Sep, 2011

      Scotty, we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you during your exam time. We were limited on our options and had very little time to complete these renovations by required deadlines. Our intentions were in the best interest of our current residents and the new residents moving in this August. If you felt we were rude and unprofessional, that was not our intention and we again apologize if you felt this way during the months of July and August.

      Reply to this comment
  2. William

    19. Apr, 2012

    I am personally looking forward to the renovations and appreciate the hard work and money being put into this complex. With people living here year round, I understand the limits to your time scheduling. Please keep up the good work and thank you for making the management experience so pleasant.

    Reply to this comment

Leave a Reply