Hi all...maybe some of you can help me figure this out.
I am not 100% sure what the following statement means in our offering plan regarding landings, etc. See below the excerpt for my questions:
A Unit Owner shall not place or cause to be placed in the lobby, public halls, stairways or other common areas or common facilities, any furniture, packages, or objects of any kind. The public halls and stairways shall be used for no purpose other than for normal transit through them.
So, I assume that in terms of the stairwell landings, there can be nothing on the floors, correct. And does that count for top floors, behind roof access ladders?
Does it mean that pictures, shelves, mirrors, etc., are also not allowed...nothing on the walls?
Does this mean that in the vestibules, there can be no umbrella holders, small tables below the buzzers, mirrors, cork boards?
I understand the rationale for not having things on landings...but what about walls? Like, can there be soffit shelves for stuff or is that considered a fire hazard?
Thanks...this is very confusing.
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