I am a resident in SkyCIty 1 and have been residing in the building for the last 19 months. During this time we have been pretty much living in a construction zone as SkyCity 2 comes to life.
Purchasing in a building knowing that the second building was under construction started off with out being a huge concern to us because we knew we were dealing with a reputable builder and we believed everything would be handled in a timely respectable manner with as little inconveniences to the residents living in SkyCity1 as possible.
It was brought to our attention months ago that the builder is refusing to power wash the resident parking garage.
Myself as well as many other residents feel that this is simply unacceptable. The conditions in P1 are not from normal usage from residents and we should not have to spend the corporations money to clean a situation that was not created by normal living conditions.
Pemberton has had access into the residence(s) parking lot daily and over time it has become unlivable.
On several occasions the builder has taken it upon themselves to cut holes in the concrete walls without the courtesy of giving us the residents and Management the option of removing our cars and ourselves from the cloud of dust that is left in the parking garage. Our cars are not only dirty daily on the outside but the fine dust particles make way into our cars creating layers of dust that we have to inhale. Our cleaners have been seen wearing masks as they walk around P1 picking up garbage and debris. The dust also trials in on our feet when walking into the building which is a huge problem for L2 parking as these corridors are all carpeted.
I have taken it upon myself to contact several buildings and discuss the construction process with the management offices. Everyone I spoke to relayed a similar message. I was told that the builder did their best to not disrupt residents and always tried to ensure the site was clean. That included power wash of all garages and also the cleaning of the exterior windows of the building.
We the owners demand the same respect from Pemberton !
This is our investment and our home and we should not have to endure a cleaning cost to bring the buiding back to a “new” condition.
As I mentioned our concern is that the Corporation should not have to use the building operating funds to clean the mess which was created by the Developer.
Due to lack of response from my prior emails directly to the Developer I am now forced to ask Management to assist in getting this letter to someone in hopes that the Developer will uphold their reputation.
Sincerely, SkyCity 1 owner