Richmondmom.com: ‘Community Spotlight: Essential Workers Show Us How to Be Good Neighbors at 2000 West Creek Apartments’

We Are Apartments
May 29, 2020 · 1 min read

This content is part of a series highlighting the apartment industry’s response to the health and economic crises spurred by COVID-19 and how they are protecting and supporting their residents and their employees.

Toilet paper deliveries to all 373 units, organizing visits from local food trucks with no-contact service and developing flexible payment plans, including waived late fees. Those are just a few of the many ways that employees at 2000 West Creek Apartments in Richmond, Virginia are going above and beyond in supporting residents during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Richmondmom.com. Deemed essential workers due to their roles in building maintenance, resident assistance and general administration, these property management employees are doing more than just fulfilling their usual duties in this time of crisis; they’re alleviating stress and bring joy and encouragement however possible.

Read the full piece here: Community Spotlight: Essential Workers Show Us How to Be Good Neighbors at 2000 West Creek Apartments

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