Living in a condominium community is different than living in a single family home. There are well conceived rules that make living privately, but with some shared assets and in close proximity to others, safe and comfortable for all. This section can help you get a feel of the unique nature of this type of living. Our FAQs are a quick way to find answers to many of the questions you may have. Browse and learn!
An Association is a not-for-profit organization of owners formed for the purpose of maintaining the common areas. An Association was formed when the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions was recorded. Residents become members of the Association on the day they close on their new home.
University Commons provides community leadership, architectural control, covenant enforcement, community events, accounting and finance, operation and maintenance of recreation facilities.
Community leadership is provided by the Board of Directors, as well as the Association Committees. All residents can participate in various committees. These committees help shape the future of University Commons. All meetings are open to all residents.
Homeowners are required to submit plans to the Board for approval before any improvements can be implemented. Our goal is to ensure choices are in harmony with the overall appearance of the community.
For more detailed information on how a condominium association works and living in this type of community please visit our FAQs.
Condominium Documents Overview 4/2/22
Amended and Restated Master Deed 11/19/09
Restated Association Bylaws 11/19/09
First Amendment to Amended and Restated Master Deed 5/14/10
Second Amendment to Amended and Restated Master Deed 5/18/11
Third Amendment to Amended and Restated Master Deed 2/1/14
Fourth Amendment to Amended Master Deed -Smoking Policy 8/28/20