Wishing a happy start to the school year to all of our young residents of Pikeview Manor Apartments. Remember that children will be walking to and from the bus stop. Please be careful when driving through the community and remember to stop at stop signs.
There are still a few more weeks of our pool season so be sure to soak up those remaining summer rays!
We strive to take excellent care of our residents and the community at Pikeview Apartments. Our maintenance team has many years of experience and is available 24/7 for emergency calls. In order to provide the very best attention to our residents, we follow up every completed service call with a satisfaction survey. It’s so nice to read the kind words and compliments.
Thank you to the team at Pikeview for continuing the good work!
Last week, two of our dynamic managers attended the National Apartment Association Capitol Conference in Washington, D.C. After nearly a year of hard work West Virginia has become an official affiliate of the NAA. We are so proud of the accomplishments of Andrea O’Meara, manager at Pikeview and Vice President of the West Virginia Apartment Association. Andrea was joined by Debby Rose, manager at Country Club Apartments and President of the West Virginia Apartment Association
It’s that time of year when many of us resolve to get in shape and shed a few pounds. Those of us at The Manor Group are part of that group of resolution makers and struggle with keeping up with our goals once the first few weeks of January have passed.
A commonly heard excuse for not going to the gym is lack of time. We are all super busy with kids, jobs and Netflix, right? Fortunately, we offer an on-site fitness center. No need to spend time in traffic driving to an from the gym! Plus, if Netflix is still taking up too much of your free time, we provide complimentary WIFI so you can get your binge on while you work your bulge off!
Another way to keep yourself on track is to find a buddy. Walking club, Zumba classes and weight loss meetings are just a few of the wonderful community activities we have hosted so residents can get help in reaching their goals. Tell us what would help you stay accountable.
We wish you a fit and healthy 2017 and hope your resolutions become good habits. Remember that our pool season is just a few months away!
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It’s that is that time of the year when we look forward holiday traditions, both old and new. At Pikeview Manor Apartments one of our favorite things about the season is Beckley’s Annual Christmas Parade. This year’s parade celebrated Christmas Past, Present & Future with early 100 participants and impressive floats. Local high school bands played familiar holiday classics, cheerleaders tossed candy to the crowd and dancers entertained bystanders in colorful costumes. The highlight of the event is always Santa’s grand entrance in the Beckley Fire Department’s “big truck.” The parade is truly one of our most anticipated holiday traditions.
At Pikeview Manor Apartments, we consistently strive to explore new ways of giving back to those in need. In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month we chose to host a Spaghetti charity dinner with delivery to our residents and local businesses.
Proceeds were made to the Johns Hopkins Children’s Hospital in the name of Ayden Kohler, one of our own fighting the battle against cancer. After cooking 8lbs. of pasta noodles and 40 lbs. of meatballs, we were able to donate a total of $700.00.
We are genuinely proud of our residents and what they continually accomplish for society!
If you ask our residents what they love most about living at Pikeview Manor Apartments many will tell you it’s our wonderful maintenance team! Here at Pikeview Manor Apartments our main focus is customer service and making sure our residents are taken care of, which includes apartment maintenance. Our maintenance team’s main priority is to solve any obstacle in a thorough and speedy manner.
Whether it is a clogged drain, burned out lightbulb or a jammed patio door, our team members are on the job within the day. Unlike regular maintenance technicians that require you to take off work and let them in your house, with your permission, our team can make a service call while you carry on with your day. Our technicians bring card to leave at your door after each call. This allows our residents to know when a member has stopped in and explains how they have resolved the concern.
There is also no need to worry about after hours calls. With our 24-hour emergency maintenance we always have a team member on call to help with lock-outs and other urgent service requests.
I love being here. And I love the ground crew and the office staff.
There aren’t any other places to live that give us the Peace of Mind that Pikeview Manor does. You genuinely care about your residents.
The holidays are approaching and it’s a great time to share some of our family traditions. Andrea O’Meara, manager at Pikeview Apartments, tells us how she gets a fun start on her holiday shopping.
“Every year after Thanksgiving dinner, my sister, my cousins and I brave the crowds and cold weather for Black Friday shopping. We organize the sales papers and map out our nightly journey- from who has the best deals on movies and games to what hot item is being offered where and when. We understand that many people find dealing with the crowds to be too aggravating and I will be the first to admit that sometimes the crowds are bothersome. However, we embrace the craziness and enjoy spending the time together.
We shop, take a break for breakfast at IHOP, shop some more, do lunch and then usually wrap up the madness in the late afternoon. Yes, we fight the crowds and sometimes the aggravation sets in when dealing with the ‘crazy’ customer who just has to get the last TV; however, the time spent I get to spend with my family is worth it all.”
Fall is in the air and we are getting excited at Pikeview Apartments! We’ve started decorating and planning some events to help celebrate the season.
Check your newsletter for the dates, times and details of chili night and our community trick-or-treat.