Twin Towers Homeowners Association
Cocoa Beach, Florida
Events at Twin Towers:

As a reminder to all owners, any work performed in your
unit which requires a permit must be submitted to the
office for approval PRIOR to work beginning.  This
includes, but is not limited to electrical work, window
replacement, full kitchen/bath replacement, etc.  A copy
of the permit is to be provided to the office before work
begins.

Newly Finished Projects:
Parking Sealing Completed
October, 2015
Beach Walkway Extended,
August, 2015
Pool Pavers & New Fence Installed September, 2015
A huge THANK YOU to Dean Lanter, Unit 515S, for painting the parking
structures.  Dean continually donates his time and energy to keep Twin Towers
a beautiful place to live and visit.  We cannot thank him enough!
Hurricane Irma Update -- 2/20/2018

All damage from the hurricanes has
been restored with the exception of the
dumpster fence and new generator.

We anticipate the new generator to be
installed in March/April and the gate
material is on back order.

We appreciate everyone's patience as
we've restored our landscaping,
lighting, etc.  

It took some time, but I think the
community is looking beautiful!
July, 2018 -- the Association is pleased
to announce the new generator has
been installed and is completely
functional.  In the case of an
emergency, the generator will operate
one elevator in each building,
emergency hallway lighting, and
minimal electric plugs for medical
equipment.  
We've completed the first set of
balcony restoration Summer 2017.
Stacks 1, 3, 5, & 7 in the North Building
were completed, with the project
coming in under budget.

Over the next several years, the
Association will be scheduling "stack"
repairs until all concrete balconies
have been restored.
North Building
Roof resurfaced
July 2018
To heat the hot water for the washing
machines, the Association had a 100
gallon tank on the 6th floor of each
building.  These tanks have been
replaced with efficient tank-less units!
The total cost of the replacement was
$17,092; however, we received an
$8,000 energySmart rebate from
Florida City Gas to offset the cost.
A new sprinkler system was installed
throughout the property.  We hope our
residents see an improvement in the
quality of our lawns and landscape
beds.