Over the past couple weeks, the problems at Silver Oaks Apartments in East Tampa have been made disturbingly clear.
Local officials are stepping in to address the problems there, which include collapsing ceilings, black mold and rodent infestation. But Cambridge Management company also operates 10 other complexes besides Silver Oaks in the Tampa Bay area, according to its website.
Creative Loafing Tampa Bay is looking for residents of any of the below apartment complexes to come forward if they have concerns about their living conditions. You can email me at [email protected].
Or, if you wish to submit anonymously, you can contact us here.
Cambridge Management apartment complexes in Hillsborough County:
- Columbus Court Apartments, Tampa
- Central Court Apartments, Tampa
- Jackson Heights Apartments, Tampa
- Laburnum Gardens Apartments, Valrico
- Silver Oaks Apartments, Tampa
- Tampa Heights Apartments, Temple Terrace
- City Place Apartments, St. Petersburg
- Clearwater Apartments, Clearwater
- Garden Trail Apartments, Clearwater
- Parkside Commons Apartments, Pinellas Park
- Woodlawn Trail Apartments, Clearwater
“The safety and wellbeing of our residents is our #1 priority at Silver Oaks. As soon as ownership learned of the deferred maintenance and moisture related issues, management was immediately instructed to fix these units as well as any other deferred maintenance problems that may exist. Maintenance matters of this nature can be caused by internal or external leaks as well as air conditioners not being run. Very important, our management company’s routine housekeeping inspections were paused as a result of the CDC ‘s COVID-19 guidance, but they have been resumed. Regular housekeeping inspections can help to identify potential or lingering maintenance concerns in addition to ensuring management is promptly responding to resident maintenance requests. We hope to rectify the existing issues in a timely manner and expect these issues to be eliminated going forward. We encourage our residents to immediately report any problems with their units.”