Owner Portal Sign Up Instructions

To Register:

  1. Visit http://cap.cincweb.com or click Owner Portal on the Americana website
  2. Click “Register” on the left-hand side of the screen to create a new account.
  3. Fill out as much information as you can on the registration page. For the property address use 1121 Albion St and your unit number and not an offsite address.
  4. Click “submit” when you have finished entering information.
  5. Check your email for a message from donotreply@cincsystems.net with a subject of “Website Registration”. This will have your temporary password.
  6. Login with your email address and temporary password.
Please note registration can take up to 24 hours to process.

Once Logged you can do the following using the left side menu:

  • Click “My Profile” to view and update your contact information and change your password. This is also where you would register an additional unit if you own more than one.
  • Click “Account Info” to see your HOA payment history.
  • Click “Documents” to view things like minutes, financials,
    contracts, insurance, and governing documents
  • Click “Pay Assessments” to sign up for recurring payments or make a one-time electronic payment from your bank account. There is a one-time payment credit Card option, but it does requires an additional fee.

Meeting Announcement for Special Assessment

There will be a special meeting on Wednesday, June 7th at 7pm on the 10th floor to discuss a special assessment. The vote will be at the normal monthly meeting Tuesday, June 13th at 7pm on the 10th floor. The Americana has had several large maintenance items uncovered in the past few months that require or have required immediate attention.

Deterioration was found to have occurred to the south garage ramp that requires new rebar and concrete to be poured. This repair is awaiting permits from the City of Denver, but the ramp has been closed to ensure no one is harmed if the ramp were to fail.
A sewage drain stack failed in several areas between the 2nd and 4th floor leading to the tearing out and replacing of the pipe along with a total restoration of the bathrooms on two of the floors.

The elevators also require maintenance. We frequently have problems with the elevators being stuck on floors due to failing door mechanisms. There was also some minor flooding in the elevator pit due to a sump pump being unplugged and these costs are included in the summary. There was a major garage and basement flood due to a pool company error. These charges are not included and the work needed to repair that damage is being coordinated with the pool company and their insurance.

I have attached assessment details in a password protected post below.

Both elevators down

Update
– Elevators are back up

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Summary of recent elevator events
– Tuesday, May 2nd – South elevator driving machine was removed and sent to Texas for repair. Think of this kind of like needing to repair the engine of a car.
– Friday, May 19th – North elevator became stuck on the 6th floor due to failing door mechanism
– Tuesday, May 23rd – A pool company error flooded the elevator pit and garage. The north elevator stopped functioning. Damage is still being evaluated but many of the electrical systems for the north elevator will probably need to be replaced. The board and CAP are working with the pool company on this matter. Garage and elevator pit are dried and sump pumps replaced in the garage and elevator before 6pm the same day.
– Wednesday, May 24th – The elevator company is able to get the south elevator functioning again around 1pm.
– Friday, May 26th – Power outage causes elevators to be non functional for a few hours.
– Monday, May 29th – South elevator becomes stuck sometime after 7pm on the 5th floor. A part was needed to repair the elevator.
– Tuesday, May 30th – South elevator restored.

Most of our elevator problems over the past few years have been related to the doors being stuck due to failing door mechanisms. The the elevator pit flooding is unfortunate but would have been a problem even with new elevators.

The common elements are owned by all the owners in the building and should be thought of as an extension of your home. Much like a standalone house requires repair and replacement of large systems(e.g. water heater, roof, furnace, sewer line) so do the common elements of our building. The benefit of being in a condo is that even though these repairs can be very costly when the amount is split among all the owners it is rarely more expensive than common repairs in a single family house.

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Hi all,

Elevators are down again. CAP has been notified.

Sorry for the inconvenience. I’ll post an update when they are back up.