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NOTICE: All Water Will Be Shut off June 6th


Except the Mezzanine level

WHEN: Tuesday, June 6th at 5:00 AM

The water main supplying the upper floors of the building has developed a leak and must be repaired. This repair, if all goes well, will take about 10 hrs.

After the repairs are complete, the water will be heavily chlorinated for approximately 4 hours. Please notify your family, guests and Rental Company of this scheduled work.

Restrooms will be available on the Mezzanine Level.

Thank you for your cooperation,

Tom Downey

NOTICE: Walkway Resurfacing is Completed!

All the floors are complete and all units are accessible!

Next week there will be some corrections needed to be done so be careful when on the walkways

Thank you all for your cooperation.

HPN Management

UPDATE: Walkway resurfacing progress

Floors 1,2,5,6, and the 13th floor are complete and fully accessible!

The remaining floors will be done May 8th thru May 12th.

During this time, there will be no access to units B thru J, floors 3,4,7,8,9,10,11, and 12 again this is all depending on the weather cooperating.

I apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you for your cooperation.

HPN Management

NOTICE: Walkway Resurfacing Update

With a combination of the prep time, weather, and owners needing to come down, we have come up with a schedule. The plan is to complete all the walkways May 8th continuing thru May 12th

During this time, there will be no access to units B thru J on all 13 floors, again this is all depending on the weather cooperating. We will still be working on the floors before then so check with the office prior to coming down.

I apologize for any inconvenience but this is the only way to get them done before the season starts.

Thank you for your cooperation.

NOTICE: Walkway resurfacing starts April 24th

To: All Owners and Guests
From: Tom Downey

The prep work took longer than expected and is almost complete. The plan is to start applying the walkway coatings next week, weather permitting. The cure time for the coatings is 3 days. During the cure time, there will be no access to units B thru J for three days on all 13 floors. 

Please contact the office prior to your visit for more details and scheduling as the project gets underway. Those that rent their unit, please contact your rental company to let them know about the project.

Thank you for your cooperation.
High Point North Mangement

NOTICE: Resurfacing west walkways scheduled April 3rd

The project of resurfacing the west walkways is scheduled to begin April 3rd, weather permitting. During this project several walkways will be temporarily closed. Please contact the office via phone or email prior to coming down to assure that you will be able to access your unit. Also pass this message on to your rental company.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation as we make improvements to the building.

Sincerely, Tom Downey
Property Manager

NOTICE: Fire Alarm Testing Tuesday, December 6th

As required by the Town of Ocean City, I have scheduled the annual test of the building’s Fire Alarm and evacuation systems to be conducted on Tuesday, December 6th. Alarms will be sounding throughout the day and we will we will be going into every unit and testing the heat and smoke detectors as well.

Thank you and Happy Holidays!

Tom Downey

NOTICE: Current HPN Weather Situation

This storm was unexpected and is causing massive flooding in the area including my house.

Regardless of units having hurricane shutters, wind driven rain has been reported in several units. Be advised the staff will inspect all units and report as needed once the storm has passed. 

Tom Downey

NOTICE: ANNUAL MEETING of the HPN Council of Unit Owners

To: All High Point North Condominium Owners
From: The High Point North Condominium Nominating Committee; HPN Board of Directors


  • NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING of the HPN Council of Unit Owners
  • Notice of Elections

As prescribed in Article III, Section 4 of the HPN Bylaws, formal notice is hereby given that the Annual Owners Meeting and Elections will be held on Saturday September 10th, 2015 at 9:00 A.M. at the St. Peters Lutheran Church, 10301 Coastal Highway, Ocean City, MD. Purpose of this meeting will be to conduct elections and transact other business of the Council.

We have two positions open on the High Point North Condominium Board of Directors for a 3 year term.


Michael Ryan and Steve Rosenthal have both served their first 3 year term and both have indicated they are willing to again run for the open positions.

If you are interested in running for this position, please notify the HPN office or one of the nominating committee members with your intent to run and supply us with your written credentials and qualifications (a brief résumé) so you may be placed on the ballot (as required by HPN Bylaws, Article IV). As additionally provided by HPN Bylaws, nominations may also be made from the floor at the Owners Meeting.

If you cannot attend this meeting, please scan and email, fax or mail the enclosed proxy, or stop by the office and complete a proxy form.

Committee Chairperson for the 2016 Nominating Committee is Lee Miller (5-J; 610-322-9086). Committee Members are Jack Sunday (5-H; 717- 243-4796) and Patricia Beers (2-H; 610-277-3406). The committee can also be reached through the HPNC office, office fax or the web site.

HPNC Board of Directors
HPNC Nominating Committee



CURRENT STATUS: The HPN BOD is pleased to advise that all three elevators have passed their inspection tests and are back in service.

All of the on-site work is now complete. All three elevator cabs have been upgraded, and the electrical and mechanical infrastructure that makes the elevators work has been replaced, upgraded and/or renovated. The Otis implementation team has completed all of its contractual responsibilities and they have moved on to their next project.

Contractually the Project is now “Substantially Complete”; all that remains is for our Project Manager, MBA’s Mark Belcher, to go through the Completion Punch List and advise the Board that final acceptance can be made. We expect this process to be completed by Friday, April 22nd. With final acceptance the BOD will authorize the Bank of Ocean City to release the remaining 10% retainage that has been held back until the Project was 100% complete.

This Project has been the most expensive Capital Project undertaken in the 44 years since the building was constructed in 1972. The HPN BOD is proud of the fact that we, as your elected management team, had the foresight three years ago to not only make the difficult decision to move forward with this nearly $700,000 Capital Project, but the collective ability and skill-sets to put a team in place that ensured the Project came in on schedule and under budget! The final result is three state-of-the-art elevators with upgraded interiors and features.

The Board thanks you and your guests for your patience and understanding over the past 7 months, and we trust that you are as delighted with the appearance and performance of these new Elevators as we are.