The Perfect Building?
Business Development Manager / Senior Strata Manager
at Wellman Strata Management Pty Ltd
After a long discussion with an old school mate who was quizzing me on the myriad shortcomings of strata management and living, I was forced to have a think about what does the perfectly run building look like?
Some buildings have all the money in the world to spend on man hours and keeping the place looking great, however those are generally the buildings with the biggest egos, unattractive/nonviable levies and may well lack a sense of community. I call these buildings glass towers.
Other buildings are in poor areas and are so run down after years of neglect, that the highest and best use for them is to be knocked down, as bringing them up to a liveable standard is more costly than building new. I call these ripe for termination.
In-between the two of these is a harmonious, well managed, efficient and attractive building.
These are the traits of the perfect building: