All move-ins, move-outs (including furniture for staging units for resale) and furniture/appliance deliveries must occur weekdays via the garage, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays, from 9:00 am to no later than 5:00. Moves require a move-in/out fee of $200. These fees are also applicable for the moving in and out of furniture used to stage a unit for resale. Any move that occurs outside these hours requires the prior permission of the Board, which will impose a special fee of $300 for such out-of-hours move. Moves may be made only through the garage entrance, via the padded elevator on the G1 level, and require the following:
- The property management company (Denver Turner firstname.lastname@example.org) and the Board President (Nicole Katikos email@example.com) must be notified via e-mail five working days prior to any move-in or move-out in order to reserve an elevator and ensure that the elevator is properly padded. All move-in and move-out requests must provide the following information:
- Unit Number, date, commencement time, and anticipated duration of move (not to exceed five hours)
- The name and telephone number of any moving company or private vendors assisting you with your move
- Name of all residents who will occupy the unit, AND
- A local telephone number to be programmed into the entry system for new resident(s)
- All new residents must set up a time for a personal introduction meeting with the Board to register their name(s), contact information and car information if they plan to park in the building, plus the name(s) and contact information of emergency contacts.
- The owner/renter must post a notice of such move at least 72 hours in advance on the bulletin board in the front entryway and next to the elevators on G1, G2 and G3, stating the name of the person, the unit involved, and the date and time of the move (please see the Move In/Move Out Checklist under “Printable Forms”). The owner should also send a courtesy email to all residents notifying them of the move. Any move through any building entrance other than the rear garage entrance is prohibited and will result in a special fine to be determined by the Board of Directors.
- A non-refundable fee established by the Board, made in the form of a check payable to Woodley Plaza Condominium, must accompany all requests for moves into and out of the building. Before a move-in can be scheduled and an elevator key provided to assist the move, a copy of the deed (for new owners) or the Lease (including a prohibition on smoking in the unit) and Woodley Plaza Lease Addendum (for new renters) must be provided to the property manager for the building and to the Board.
Regarding moves, unit owners are responsible for the acts of their tenants. Unit owners, their tenants, and their movers must take care to avoid damage to the elevators, floors, walls, doors, and other areas of the building, and will be held solely accountable for any damage caused to the common or limited common elements, another owner’s deeded elements, and the unit owner’s personal property/deeded elements which occur during or as a result of a scheduled move. All doors to the garage and the outside are locked at all times to aid in building security. These doors may not be propped open and must be attended to throughout the move. NO MOVING VANS OR TRUCKS ARE ALLOWED INSIDE THE GARAGE OR OTHERWISE PAST THE GARAGE GATE. The cost to repair any damage to the building, the garage gate, the garage area, and any other common element of Woodley Plaza Condominium caused by any moving van/truck/mover shall be the sole responsibility of the unit owner and shall be added to the next monthly condominium assessment.
- The unit owner is responsible for properly removing all trash, debris, crating, or boxes relating to the move. The unit owner is also responsible for breaking-down all moving boxes and placing stacked cardboard or wooden crates alongside the trash bins located at the rear of the building. Cardboard moving boxes should be broken down, flattened, and placed in the recycling dumpster. The lids of the recycling dumpster MUST be able to close securely or the building will be fined by the City. If the recycling dumpster is full, any remaining cardboard boxes that do not fit in the dumpster (i.e. that will prevent the lids from securely closing) should be flattened and placed behind the dumpster.
- Failure to comply with the moving rules will subject the unit owner to a fine to be determined by the The Board shall have the authority to impose a fine on any unit owner found to violate this Regulation and each day the violation continues shall be a separate violation and subject to a fine. Any fine imposed shall be deemed an addition to the assessment due and payable for the month following the imposition of the fine.
Current residents, whether owners or renters, who wish to receive large deliveries of furniture and fixtures that will require use of the elevator for more than 30 minutes must notify the property manager and the Board at least two working days in advance of such delivery, and provide a courtesy notice to all current residents.
Deliveries of large goods that will require use of the elevator for less than 30 minutes do not require advance notice but the resident should still provide a courtesy notice to all residents. All deliveries must take place on weekdays, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays, from 9:00 am to no later than 5:00 pm. Deliveries must be made only through the rear entrance, via the padded elevator on the G1 level, and must use the elevator key to hold the elevator—-the elevator door may not be otherwise blocked or prevented from closing. Any delivery that occurs outside these hours or through another building entrance will result in a special fine to be determined by the Board of Directors. Any fine imposed shall be deemed an addition to the assessment due and payable for the month following the imposition of the fine.
When large items such as furniture, washers, dryers, refrigerators or other appliances are delivered to replace older items, it is the responsibility of the unit owner to arrange for the disposal of the older items. Under no circumstances may old furniture or appliances be left by the building’s dumpsters. Doing so will result in a fine to the unit owner; and any trash fines imposed by the City for said violations will be passed to the unit owner, as well.