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A COVID19 Message from Gumenick Properties

Posted by   admin on    March 20, 2020

Our concerns and health safety practices for our residents, neighbors, associates and friends

The health, well-being and safety of our residents, home purchasers, neighbors, business partners, and associates are always our utmost priority. Amid ongoing concern regarding COVID-19, Gumenick Properties is taking a number of steps to do its part in slowing the spread of the virus.

First, Gumenick Properties’ headquarters and leasing offices remain open while operating under new procedures, with our associates available to serve you not in person but by phone, e-mail and through our website and social media. We encourage you to use those resources to reach us. If you have a main point of contact, please email them with items of business, questions, or concerns. Our associates will remain responsive and accessible at all times, and we will provide updates as more information becomes available.

All community amenities, including pools, fitness rooms, club houses and gated terraces, are closed, and all community events have been cancelled or postponed. Community associates are focused on providing essential services only.  While attendants, emergency maintenance, and some construction personnel are working at our communities, they are practicing social distancing and are closely following the guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control (see below).

For current and ongoing updates on this public health emergency, we recommend that you refer to the following websites for objective and timely information about how you can protect yourself and do your part to help prevent the spread of the virus.

The World Health Organization (
Center for Disease Control (
Virginia Department of Health (
Florida Health Department (

We will closely monitor this ever-changing situation, and we will keep you informed of any changes in our procedures through our websites and social media.

It’s been said that the true test of character is how people respond to challenging situations. It is my hope and expectation that by coming together at this moment, we will be an even better community in the future.


Wayne Chasen


Please help us and our community by remaining healthy by following the guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Prevention and Control:

  • Wash your hands, often, with soap for 20 seconds
  • Avoid close contact
  • Abide by recommendations for quarantines and stay home if you’re sick
  • Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue, throw the tissue away and then wash your hands
  • Wear a facemask, if available, and you are sick
  • Clean and disinfect frequently used surfaces