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Princeton Court Condos

A Condominium Association in Warren, MI

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A Condominium Association in Warren, MI

A Condominium Association in Warren, MI


Princeton Court Condos In Warren, Michigan

Recently updated with a new roof system, Princeton Court Condos in Warren, Michigan, is a rejuvenated medium-sized condominium complex complete with a swimming pool and spacious 1-bedroom condos, 2-bedroom condos, and 3-bedroom condos. You’ll enjoy a safer and more secure living community with CCTV cameras. Princeton Court Condos is a cheerful environment of friendly people actively seeking the very best quality of life for themselves and their neighbors.

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Princeton Court Condos is in Warren and is conveniently located near a CVS Pharmacy and other national chains that are easily within walking distance. Washing machines and dryers are also available, and we have both ground-floor and second-floor condo units. You’ll enjoy plenty of parking with a friendly and diverse community of neighbors and a small wooded area on both sides. In addition, a very beautiful 2-mile walking park and children’s park is conveniently located directly behind our Warren, Michigan, condo complex.

Documents & Forms


Refuse Pick-up

Parking On The Lot

  1. Vehicle limits are based on the occupancy limits stated in the Bylaws, Article VI, Section 1: a. For a 1 bedroom Unit, no more than two vehicles are permitted in the Condominium. b. For a 2-bedroom Unit, no more than three vehicles are permitted in the Condominium. c. For a 3-bedroom Unit, no more than four vehicles are permitted in the Condominium. d. No spaces shall be transferred from one unit to another. e. If there is more than one vehicle per unit, only one may be parked next to the building, in the Unit’s designated space, and the other vehicle(s) must be parked in the outer parking area.
  2. No vehicle shall be stored upon the complex grounds – all vehicles must have current Michigan license plate tags and be operable.
  3. Vehicle owners/operators that leave fluid deposits (oil, transmission fluids, etc.) shall be notified to fix their cars and clean up the spill. These fluids will damage the parking surface, and fluids may be tracked in on the hallways, causing further damage to the carpeted areas. Any costs or damages incurred by the Association as a result of such fluid deposit, whether in the parking lots or within a Building, will be assessed to and collected from the Unit to whom the Vehicle owner/operator is related in the same manner as set forth in Article II of the bylaws.
  4. Parking in the parking spaces next to the buildings is front end only parking. Do not back into or park backward in the spaces immediately surrounding the buildings to avoid exhaust fumes and noises aimed at the buildings. Backing into or parking backward in the outside perimeter parking spaces is allowed.
  5. No motorcycles, house trailers, commercial vehicles, boat trailers, boats, camping vehicles, camping trailers, or snowmobiles/trailers may be parked or stored on the complex grounds.
  6. Only visitors to the Condominium (whom are neither Co-owners or residents of a Unit in the Condominium) may park vehicles in the visitors-only parking spaces. Co-owners/residents of any Unit in the Condominium shall not park vehicles in the visitors-only parking spaces at any time. Visitor’s vehicles may only be parked in a visitors-only parking space for a maximum of 24 hours, unless written approval is provided by the Association for a longer period of time. No more than two (2) visitor vehicles per Unit may be parked in the Associations visitors-only parking spaces at any time.
  7. Vehicle Registration – All Co-owner’s or resident’s vehicles that are parked in any of the parking lots located in the Condominium for any length of time (other than visitor’s vehicles that are exclusively parked in a visitor’s-only parking space) shall be properly registered with the Association’s Management Company. In order to properly register their vehicle(s) with the Association, Co-owners and residents, shall completely and accurately fill out an Association Parking Registration Form for each such vehicle and submit it along with a copy of their valid Michigan driver’s license and State of Michigan Vehicle Registration to the Association’s Management Company.

Such vehicle registrations shall only be acceptable if the vehicle being registered with the Association is also registered to the same individual Co-owner/resident with the State of Michigan. Co-owners/residents cannot register with the Association vehicles that are not registered in their name with the State of Michigan. Non-Co-owners/non-residents may not register vehicles with the Association. Co-owner/resident’s State of Michigan Vehicle Registration must also reflect the address of the Unit in the Condominium where the Co-owner/resident resides. Co-owners whom are properly leasing their Units (after having received approval from the Association as required and not in violation of the Bylaws), may register their vehicle with their off-site residence address.

New Co-owners or residents whom have just moved into the Condominium shall have a forty-five (45) day grace period from the date they purchased their Unit/or moved into the Unit (whichever is earlier) in which to properly register any and all vehicles related to the Unit they reside in. Upon proper registration, the Co-owner/resident shall receive a sticker that reflects that the particular vehicle is registered. The parking sticker must be displayed on the interior left or right side of the registered vehicle’s windshield so that it can easily be observed easily. Parking stickers are non-transferable, and any Co-owner/Resident whom wishes to register a new/different vehicle with the Association must properly register the new/different vehicle and obtain a new parking sticker.

Garbage/Refuse Pick-up At Princeton Court Condos

It is important that the following guidelines are followed to ensure that all refuse put out will be picked up.

  1. All refuse is to be stored within each unit until Trash Day.
  2. All refuse is to be put out for pick-up in SEALED HEAVY PLASTIC BAGS.
  3. Cans, plastic bottles and glass must be placed loose in the red recycling bins.
  4. All newspaper is to be put in paper bags for the red recycling bin, marked WARREN CITY REFUSE DEPARTMENT.
  5. All boxes should be broken down and tied in bundles. Pick-up will be once a week on THURSDAY mornings. Do not put refuse out until WEDNESDAY EVENING AFTER 6:00 P.M.
  6. During a Holiday week trash pick-up, will be delayed one day to Friday morning, so refuse shall not be put outside until THURSDAY EVENING AFTER 6:00 P.M. for the Friday pickup.
  7. Refuse is to be bagged and then placed in neat piles in your designated areas.
  8. No refuse is to be left anywhere other than the designated areas or at any other time.
  9. Any trash or trash bags that are left out in violation of these rules/regulations need to be removed immediately. Should the co-owner(s)/tenant(s) not remove the trash or trash bags in violation of these rules/regulations, any charge incurred by the Association in removing the trash or trash bags shall be the responsibility of the Co-owner(s) whose unit the trash or trash bags originated from. These costs and fees are not a fine, but shall be charged to the Co-owner(s)’ account pursuant to Article XI, Section 1(c) of the Condominium Bylaws when the Association has to remove or abate a condition in violation of the Governing Documents. In addition, the Association will also send out Violation Notices to Co-owner(s) whom violate these provisions, and fine them pursuant to the procedure set forth in the bylaws and these rules and regulations.

    * Please be aware if refuse is placed on the grounds before designated pick-up times, the Association or Management Company may hire a third party to pick up that refuse. Thereafter, a charge-back for that third-party cost may be assessed to the co-owner’s account.