As we reviewed our various Google search terms, we found this interesting article (actually appears to be a Press Release base don the fact that we found it at PRWEb.com (and this is a link to the actual article)
Having 100 residents show up to an event like this says tons about the community and the people that live there. We wanted to share it, not only to give you a sense of what is happening in 1010 Midtown, but if you live in another Midtown Atlanta condo building, maybe you can get some ideas for YOUR community!
The newly elected Board of directors for 1010 Midtown, a widely recognized high-rise community in Midtown, Atlanta, in conjunction with their new management company FirstService Residential, spearheaded its first resident town hall meeting on Thursday, July 17 to communicate the Board’s new management initiatives and unveil its new mantra “Care for the Curve” – to compliment the original sales slogan of “Life on the Curve.”
The well-received event hosted in the fourth floor lobby and clubroom attracted over 100 residents who were introduced to 1010 Midtown’s new Resident Experience Committee, comprised of Board members, residents, and representatives from each service department within 1010 Midtown.
“Care for the Curve” and the Resident Experience Committee created to support it, will work to elevate property values and enhance the lifestyles of 1010 Midtown owners and residents. The new Board recognized the need to improve the level of services and amenities offered, and to include a state-of -the art security camera system and real-time video analytics designed to improve response time to safety issues. “It’s the integration of our concierges, our courtesy officers, owner involvement and awareness and use of technology including our new high-tech cameras that builds a safer place to live,” said Judy Reece of the 1010 Midtown Safety Committee. Additional proposed enhancements include marquee signage on Peachtree St NE, more flower beds, fencing and dog relief areas on 12th and Crescent, a new pedestrian walkway, and several detailed diagrams depicting a proposed beautification of 1010 Midtown’s sky park and pool area. “We are thrilled with the great success of our first town hall meeting; staying current with our amenities is critical to protecting our property values and to help 1010 Midtown stay competitive with its neighbors,” said Donn Mann, an Architectural Review Committee member.
“Atlanta’s Midtown area is one of the area’s most dynamic and cosmopolitan neighborhoods, and this new Board is committed to doing everything that it can to ensure that 1010 Midtown stands out as one of the brightest jewels in the crown of Midtown real estate,” said Board President Randall Mullen.