Solving the Challenges of a 15-Year Old, Space-Constrained Property

Solving the Challenges of a 15-Year Old, Space-Constrained Property

Trellis Fifth Avenue is an urban condominium property located in the heart of the Gaslamp Quarter in downtown San Diego, California – a prime location for both owners and residents. The centralized location has its perks, but also a few drawbacks: as an older property, Trellis had a lack of adequate mailroom space to store the growing influx of online package deliveries, so packages were stored on a table in the lobby or next to an unattended security desk. Building staff struggled to keep up with the pileup of packages, which were often stolen. Building staff, owners, and residents knew they needed a better solution, but what? That’s when Jason King, President of the Homeowner’s Association Board at Treillis Fifth Avenue, found Parcel Pending smart lockers, and the solution to their package problems.

Find out how Trellis Fifth Avenue was able to:

  • Implement a secure package management solution
  • Improve resident satisfaction
  • Return time back to staff to focus on other important tasks and responsibilities

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