Whoever once called the summer months in Florida the “slow season” needs to spend some time in Century Village East.
The past four months have been busy for both Master Management and CenClub as both organizations took advantage of the annual village population dip to check off some major projects.
Master Management was able to complete its seven-year village repaving project. Each summer for the past seven years a section of the village, including areas owned by the associations has been resurfaced.
The management company also renovated the Tilford pool over the summer. (The Tilford pool is the only pool in the village that is owned by Master Management.) The swimming lanes were widened, and the pool surface was redone.
Master Management also repaired the roof on the Activity Center and Le Club, replaced water meters and water valves at various buildings, and added two new bus shelters. This past summer also marked the introduction of a new fleet of buses in the village. Finally, while riding the new buses you might pass by the new pedestrian walkway built along Lyndhurst Drive. The walkway is also above a new drainage system that was put in to reduce storm flooding in the area.
CenClub was also busy this past summer. The highlight was the grand opening of a new putting course. The course features nine unique and challenging holes. The course is made of artificial turf and has been landscaped with the lush tropical plants and trees. There are also plenty of shaded areas for residents to enjoy.
The restoration of the clubhouse was also completed over the summer. It included pressure washing the building as well as fresh coats of paint.
Finally, the organization renovated their ID and payment office to increase resident convenience and improve service.
CenClub says it has additional projects on its to-do list over the next several months. The same can be said for Master Management which has the construction of the new main entrance and guardhouse on the top of its list.