The front ballroom is available for rentals to unit owners. Please see the office for details.
DirecTV have two dishes on the roof allowing each residence to subscribe to DirecTV. Please call our local installer at 866-239-4918 for service.
Our building has it's own roof top antenna that gets great reception to the local TV stations. With a TV equipped with a Digital tuner, you can connect to the roof top antenna for a one time charge of $50.00
Storage rooms on our main floor gives you extra storage space. Contact the office for sizes & rates.
Elegant main lobby with chanderlies and fireplace. Great for meeting guest, reading, and relaxing.
We have on site laundry rooms located on each of the main living floors.
Central mailroom and package storage
Indoor heated garage parking provided by Guardian Assets, LLC. 413-732-6726
Send Payments to: Guardian Assetts LLC. 1819 Page Blvd. Springfield, MA 01151
The Following are included in the association condominium fees:
On Site Management
Our management company is located inside our building on the mezzanine level..
Night & Weekend Security
We have uniform security guards on duty in the lobby or making rounds every evening/night and 24 hours on the weekends.
There are security cameras though out the building, lobby, and entrances,
There is a sophisticated Bio-Metric hand reader face recognition that can't be transfered to other users.
This is not a complete list of our rules and regulations. Please see the office for a more detail list. Unit owners should get a copy of the bylaws, master deeds, etc from the previous owner when they purchase their unit.
Kimball Towers is a secure building. It is everyone’s responsibility to help keep our building secure. Any violation may result in a $100 fine.
Visitors and Guests
Please have your guest call you from the front door. The resident will greet their guest at the front door and have them sign in with the guard at the front desk. All adult guests need to have a picture ID to present to the guard.
are for emergencies only. Do not exit or enter through any Emergency Exit. Do not open an Emergency Door to let someone else in. Any unauthorized use will result in a fine.
Hand Reader Access
The hand reader give our residence access to the building with the convenience of not carrying a key or card. Please see the office when you move in to register with the hand reader.
Do not open the door and allow access to strangers. If you have an issue with someone getting in, don't put yourself in harm's way, notify the guard or office staff.
The Security Guards are not doormen. They are here to protect the residents and guests, along with our building
The common hallways, lobby, elevators, and laundry rooms are used by everyone
Please keep the hallways clear of all items. Do not leave any trash, doormats, or any other items outside your door. All permanent items to be placed in the hallway must be approved by the Board of Managers. Absolutely no playing, bikes, skates, balls, skateboards, etc. are allowed in any common area including the hallways.
Laundry rooms are available from 7AM to 10PM each day. Please be careful with the cards as there is no refund for damaged or lost cards. You may add credit to your laundry card at the Mac-Gray machine in the lobby.
All trash must be bagged and placed in the trash barrels provided. Most floors have a trash room near the Freight Elevator. Do not leave trash outside your door.
Blue recycle bins are next to the trash barrels. Please place all food containers, soda, water bottles and cans, cardboard, newspaper, etc in the blue bins. Please no pizza boxes.
The Passenger Elevators are NOT to be used for moving furniture, bikes, dogs over 30 lbs., or other large items. Please use the freight elevator at the back of the building. Do not abuse the elevators by pushing both the up & down buttons, multiple buttons or buttons already pushed.
Please be courteous to your neighbors and keep noise levels to a minimum. Quiet hour at Kimball Towers is from 10PM to 7AM every day. Make sure that the sounds do not carry outside your unit to the units above, below or beside you.
There is absolutely NO SMOKING allowed anywhere in Kimball Towers. You may smoke inside your unit with permission from the owner of that unit. Please make sure any smoke from your unit does not flow in to the hallway.
Vandalism, Graffiti, and Littering
Vandalism, Graffiti, and Littering will not be tolerated. Any resident, visitor, or guest caught will be fined and charged the cost of repair or cleanup.
Appropriate attire is required in the common areas. No bare feet or sleepwear are allowed. Shirts and appropriate shorts/pants/etc are required.
You are responsible for you own keys. If you get locked out you have five options:
There are two options to pay common charges. Please no cash.
Use the Online Portal to pay by e-check or Credit Card
The Online Portal is an easy, fast, and secure way to pay rent and other charges online, view payment history, and submit maintenance requests. Access your Online Portal from any mobile device by downloading the mobile app:
Send a check by mail to:
Kimball Towers Condominium Association
c/o NAI Plotkin
1350 Main Street, Suite 1410
Springfield, MA 01103
Master Deed Exibit B - Unit Percent of Ownership
Shared Element Cost-Sharing Agreement between the two Associations
The once renowned Hotel Kimball was built by William Kimball and formally opened on St. Patrick's Day in 1911. Built in what was the affluent residential neighborhood of Chestnut and Bridge Streets, the Kimball offered 309 rooms, a dining-room capacity for 450, a 22-foot-high banquet hall for 350 guests, and, in 1912, room rates from "$1.50 to $3.50 per day". In 1980, the Hotel Kimball was renovated into residential apartments and renamed Kimball Towers. In 1985, the building was again renovated and converted to a 132 residential and commercial condominium building.
The Kimball Towers Condominium (originally known as The Hotel Kimball and later The Sheraton-Kimball Hotel) is a historic, former hotel, located in Springfield, Massachusetts, at 140 Chestnut Street, in Metro Center's Apremont Triangle Historic District. Designed by architect Albert Winslow Cobb in 1910 and constructed in the Renaissance Revival style, the Hotel Kimball is famous as the site of the United States' first-ever commercial radio station, Westinghouse's WBZ, and also for hosting celebrated guests, including many U.S. Presidents, dignitaries, and film stars. The Kimball is located in the Apremont Triangle Historic District, with its main entrance on Chestnut Street, between Bridge and Hillman Streets. Since 1983, the Kimball has been protected by the Apremont Triangle Historic District, which is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Apremont Triangle Historic District is a historic district in Springfield, Massachusetts, located at the junction of Pearl, Hillman, Bridge, and Chestnut Streets in its Metro Center district. The Apremont Triangle Historic District includes the Apremont Triangle Park, nicknamed "the Heart of Springfield" by the city's arts community; the historic, ten-story Kimball Towers Condominiums, (formerly the luxurious Hotel Kimball - "Western Massachusetts' Leading Hotel - built in 1910;) a nine-story historic, former YMCA, which now houses apartments at 122 Chestnut Street, (1915); the six-story Neo-Gothic Tarbell-Waters Building (1923), a former office building that was auctioned in August 2011; the two-story Harris-Green building, a 1920's Rolls Royce showroom, which is, actually, two buildings; and the two-story Birnie Building, a 1930's Pontiac showroom. Currently, the district is the center of Springfield's bohemian arts community, featuring multi-media organizations, artists' lofts, ethnic restaurants, and organizations like The Apremont Arts Community - a group of multi-media artists, non-profit organizations, and businesses.
Dot is very familiar with our building and has sold many units here
Geoffrey owns a unit here at Kimball towers is is familiar with our building
Work Phone: 413-497-0707
On Site Office
Emergency after hours: 413-732-2158