Any changes made to the exterior of a unit require approval, first by your association, then by the Walden Architectural Committee.
The Architectural Committee was established by the Master Warranty Deed and Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions executed by The Walden Company, Ltd. on January 8, 1981 for the residential development known as Walden. In addition to administering the restrictions set forth in Article VIII of said Declaration, the Committee is specifically charged with the development
of policies regarding architectural styles and details, materials of construction, and site arrangement of structures and parking areas.
These Architectural Standards, which have been accepted by the Board of Trustees of the Walden Association, are intended to clarify and define the “Walden” look and ambiance, as visualized by Mr. Barenholtz and his architects when Walden was created and originally developed. The objective is to offer clear, concise and helpful guidelines to owners, associations, architects, contractors and landscape architects.
These Standards, effective February 1, 2002, shall be used as a basis of approval for all new applications to the Committee for all additions and remodeling projects.
No existing detail on any house or unit already existing in Walden shall constitute a precedent upon which to base future construction or change.
(NOTE: The roofing section on pages 23 and 24 is outdated. See instead this update.)
Note, depending on your association’s policies, completed applications should be given either first to your Association Board or your property management company. If they approve it, they will forward it to the Architectural Committee Chairman.
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