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Landscaping changes this spring

Some nice changes were made earlier this Spring: flowering cherry trees were added around the community’s interior detention pond. They flowered already this year, and next year should be spectacular.  

Calling all nature photographers at Barclay

There is a Flickr group devoted to nature photography around Barclay Park which you are welcome to join. You do have to join Flickr to participate.

Solar Power at Barclay Park

by  D. Friedrichs, Bldr and BP Managing Agent 9-28-2013 Together, the two photovoltaic (PV) solar arrays at the Barclay Clubhouse generate an average of 500 kilowatt hours (kWh) a month, or about ten percent (10%) of current electrical use (Clubhouse … Continue reading »

Parking! A Reminder to all residents.

Many new arrivals join the Barclay community each year and, the details of the parking rules can be lost as new and returning residents settle in. To avoid confusion, please familiarize yourself with the rules on parking and the required … Continue reading »

New Website!

As you can see, we have a new community website! You do not have to have an account to use it, so just click around and let us know what you think! This is still a work-in-progress, so if you … Continue reading »

Pet privileges

Pet privileges at Barclay Park include the right to have a dog, provided all Association regulations related to pet ownership and care are observed.  Inside the building, the pet must not cause a disturbance of others.  Outside the building, the … Continue reading »

Front Retention Pond Restoration

When Barclay Park condos were first built, the beauty of flowing water, exposed rocks and attractive front ponds by the Clubhouse were visible to passers-by and greeted new residents when they arrived home each day. When a rebuild of the … Continue reading »

Barclay Park welcomes you!

Barclay Park welcomes you!

Welcome to Barclay Park, home of the easy commute.  Minutes away from the University of Michigan and nearby and downtown businesses, Barclay Park is a northeast Ann Arbor condominium community with distinctive 2-story brick townhouses in five attractive styles reminiscent … Continue reading »