Believe it or not, in your landscape, there are several moving parts which need constant attention: landscape maintenance, irrigation, turf applications, pest management, and plant health care (between many others). For all of these needs you need the integrated approach of a comprehensive landscape service provider.
This is the time of the year when you should start thinking about your commercial property. It is almost March and there may be snow on the ground. When it melts you will want review any potential winter damage and for ways to enhance the curb appeal of your property. Reach out to your landscape professional for suggestions on site enhancements.
While remaining snow may be still prevalent, this should not take you away from your tasks. Spring is close and property managers and facility directors in Westchester and Fairfield counties need to start reviewing their sites for the upcoming season. When reviewing your site, you should start thinking if your property moved forward last year. This is the time to start thinking about improving your landscape with proper care.
When RFR Realty in Stamford decided to spruce up their amenities at Two Stamford Plaza, a rooftop putting green was a key element of their initiative.
To help put the plan into place, RFR enlisted Eastern Land Management (ELM), an award-winning, single source provider of commercial landscape management. ELM installed the putting green on the fourth floor of Stamford Plaza. The artificial 2,300-square-foot, eight-hole putting green resides within the nearly two acres of the plaza’s rooftop landscape as part of this urban oasis.