The company behind Silver Oaks Apartments operates 10 other properties in Tampa Bay. We want to hear from these residents | Tampa Bay News | Tampa

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Justin Garcia

The sign above the rental desk at Silver Oaks Apartments in East Tampa.

Over the past two weeks, the problems at the Silver Oaks Apartments in East Tampa have come to the fore in ominous light.

Local authorities are stepping in to address issues including collapsing ceilings, black mold and rodent infestation. But Cambridge Management also operates 10 other resorts in addition to Silver Oaks in the Tampa Bay area, according to its website.

Creative Loafing Tampa Bay is looking for residents of any of the apartment complexes below 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:

Cambridge Management Apartment Complexes in Pinellas County:

This afternoon, after more than a week and multiple requests for comment on the situation at Silver Oaks, “BoardroomPR” sent out an email stating that the quote below should serve as a response to Silver Oaks management:

“The safety and well-being of our residents is our #1 priority at Silver Oaks. As soon as the property learned of the deferred maintenance and moisture-related issues, management was immediately tasked to repair these units. as well as any other deferred maintenance issues that may exist.Maintenance issues of this nature can be caused by internal or external leaks as well as non-functioning air conditioners.Very important, housekeeping inspections of our management company’s routine were halted as a result of CDC COVID-19 guidelines, but have resumed.Regular housekeeping inspections can help identify potential or ongoing maintenance issues in addition to ensuring that management responds promptly to resident maintenance requests. We hope to correct existing issues in a timely manner and expect these issues to be resolved in the future. No We encourage our residents to immediately report any problems with their accommodation. »

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