Elevator Use

In order to protect both the passengers and the finishes inside the passenger and garage elevators, property management requires that all deliveries, carts, and equipment come through the loading docks and freight elevator. Lightweight airline-style handcarts are permitted inside the passenger elevators provided they are padded sufficiently to prevent damage to the lobby and elevator floors.

The left most elevator (when facing the elevator bank) is considered the freight elevator for each building. All moving must take place through the building stairwells or this single elevator cab. The freight elevator has the following dimensions:


YC1 Freight Elevator 10' Height
  2' 8" Depth
  6' 7" Width
YC2 Freight Elevator 8' 5" Height
  4' 4" Depth
  6' 7" Width
YC3 Freight Elevator 9' 6" Height
  5' 6.5" Depth
  7' Width


Freight elevators have a door opening of 7 feet tall by 4 feet 6 inches wide.


Business hours deliveries (7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.) are limited to one (1) elevator load per day. Moving any type of furniture is prohibited during business hours.

All move-ins and move-outs must be scheduled at least 48 hours in advance with property management.


Moving companies are required to provide Masonite to cover:

  • ground floor lobby from loading entrance to elevator
  • floor corridors from elevator lobby to entrance door of tenant space
  • carpeted floor of elevator

In addition to providing:

  • walk-off plates to protect door thresholds on all floors
  • corner boards on all door jambs, including elevators