We are committed to granting reasonable accommodations to building rules, policies, practices or services when such accommodations may be necessary to afford building residents with disabilities the equal opportunity to make use of or to enjoy their dwellings, as required by federal, state and local law.
A reasonable accommodation may include a change or exception to a rule or policy that is needed because of a person’s disability, or it may be a physical change to a unit and/or common area. It is our policy to provide reasonable accommodations to residents with disabilities whenever an individual has a disability and there is a disability-related need for the requested accommodation. A disability-related need for a requested accommodation exists when there is an identifiable relationship between the requested accommodation and the resident’s disability.
To learn more please review Tenants’ Rights to Reasonable Accommodations for Persons with Disabilities, which can be downloaded HERE