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general questions about The Village

Monthly HOA dues for The Village Condos and Townhomes are very low for the area, location and amenities included.  The current HOA dues range just under $300 depending on the unit.  

As mentioned above, the HOA dues are very low for what you get.  Most of the ocean close complexes have quite a bit of maintenance due to the elements.  The monthly HOA includes water and trash, exterior and common area maintenance, landscaping, on site manager and maintenance of the pool and spa area.  The HOA amenities also include the “owners” pool and spa, bbq area as well as access to the luxury amenities of the Ocean Club next door.  Those amenities include a great pool and spa, ocean/harbor view sitting area and outdoor deck, fantastic fitness center and small deli/restaurant/store.  

Every condo in the Village has at least one designated spot.  That spot is usually in the same building but not always and sometimes in the 630 or 640 buildings (which has two levels instead of one)  Each building has parking underneath the building.  Some condos have two spots (tandem) but it’s fairly random as it was arranged long in the past.  Although it’s not official here is the designated parking map for each unit.

The Village has 3 layouts.  There are 2 studios on each floor (6 per building) and are always the furthest east in the building.  They are 410 square feet but somehow feel more spacious than it sounds.  The one bedrooms are the most common layout as there are 12 per floor (36 total).   They are 619 square feet and both living room and bedroom have sliders out onto the deck.  The furthest west units are 2 bedrooms and like the studio there are only 2 per floor (6 per building)  They are just about 940 square feet and offer the best views on each floor.  The townhomes range from studios to 2 bedrooms.

other questions

We have handicapped restrooms on the 86th Floor Observatory and also have lowered viewing walls and binoculars. Service dogs are allowed throughout the building. Motorized and non-motorized wheelchairs are permitted. The 86th Floor has ramps to make getting around easier and lowered viewing walls so that visitors in chairs can still take in the view. The 102nd Floor currently has a higher wall, but we are working to make it more accessible to all our visitors.

We have handicapped restrooms on the 86th Floor Observatory and also have lowered viewing walls and binoculars. Service dogs are allowed throughout the building. Motorized and non-motorized wheelchairs are permitted. The 86th Floor has ramps to make getting around easier and lowered viewing walls so that visitors in chairs can still take in the view. The 102nd Floor currently has a higher wall, but we are working to make it more accessible to all our visitors.

We have handicapped restrooms on the 86th Floor Observatory and also have lowered viewing walls and binoculars. Service dogs are allowed throughout the building. Motorized and non-motorized wheelchairs are permitted. The 86th Floor has ramps to make getting around easier and lowered viewing walls so that visitors in chairs can still take in the view. The 102nd Floor currently has a higher wall, but we are working to make it more accessible to all our visitors.

We have handicapped restrooms on the 86th Floor Observatory and also have lowered viewing walls and binoculars. Service dogs are allowed throughout the building. Motorized and non-motorized wheelchairs are permitted. The 86th Floor has ramps to make getting around easier and lowered viewing walls so that visitors in chairs can still take in the view. The 102nd Floor currently has a higher wall, but we are working to make it more accessible to all our visitors.